This article makes the commonly-mistaken distinction between communication and connection and how they come together to form influence that will take you and your practice to the next level!
I’ve been writing a lot about mindfulness and how to develop it as a leader. I have discussed not only 5 attributes but the 7 virtues of mindful leadership. I suggested that you think about all examples that evoke positive thinking for you and interactions, situations, and conversations. I also challenged you to identify three scenarios that trigger a reaction from you during a conversation you might be having with another staff member or individual.
So, what is the main theme here? These principles and concepts all revolve around the art of communication. We’ve talked about communication and how important it is for new leads, new patients, and anyone else we meet until you’re blue in the face. But how important is it for your employee(s) and other encounters?