Podcast: Developing Staff Members on a Shoestring Budget

By AAPL Staff
December 18, 2019

In a study 234,000 exit interviews, the #1 reason employees said they quit was due to a lack of opportunity to grow in their preferred job or career. A lack of development also results in staff performing their jobs with outdated and often inaccurate information, which can lead to compliance issues, revenue loss, and fear of change. So how do you grow the team’s knowledge when you’ve got a limited budget? In this episode, Cheryl Toth talks about ways to train and develop the staff using simple, low cost ways that go beyond traditional workshops and conferences.

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The SoundPractice podcast delivers practical information and fresh perspectives for handling the daily challenges of running a medical practice.

Physician advocates Michael Sacopulos, JD (healthcare attorney, author, speaker) and Cheryl Toth, MBA (business writer, speaker - former practice consultant and healthcare tech executive) bring you the best thought leaders, crisp humor, and pithy tips for developing a practice that thrives.

 

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