Category: Team Building

My weekly Bunker Day was switched to Tuesday this week, to accommodate Monday’s London workshop. Here’s a record of just one day’s conversations: with a Millennial married dental couple who want to buy a parent’s long-established practice; with a Practice Manager who wants to set up her own freelance compliance and consultancy business; with a…
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My June newsletter includes two free downloads. One is an alternative to the dreaded employee “appraisal” and the other is a GDPR-compliant Patient Consent Form. There’s also a link to a FREE 60-minute webinar recording for Practice Managers on Leadership & Management.   If you didn’t get the newsletter in your in-box – it’s because…
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I want to take you back to September 1970. I’m a few days away from my 17th birthday. It’s my first day at my very first full-time paid employment, joining The Friends Provident & Century Insurance Group at their offices in St Peter’s Square, Manchester. As part of our induction process by assistant manager Mr.…
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Our adventures in business require both Direction and Momentum to be truly nourishing. Direction is a strong understanding of where we are going – a relentless pursuit of SMART and ethical goals. Momentum is the effort that people put in – it is a sign of voluntary hard work by a team who want to…
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There’s a brand new free download in the Resources/Infographics section of my web site this morning – but I’m also including a further downloadable copy at the end of this post (take a look at the web page later though – there’s a bunch of free stuff there and no sign up). The Unique Ability…
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The word cadence has to do with rhythm, the rhythm of sounds in nature, of music, of a person’s voice. In exercise, we recognise cadence as the rhythm of a runner or cyclist; the “happy cadence” described by my physiotherapist as the pace at which I’m not damaging myself and can carry on running or…
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