Be interested in your team. It's much more important to be interested than interesting. Doctors and office managers who take an interest in their team members and go beyond having a simple work relationship with them tend to have long-term teams.
Don't forget to recognize team members. People love recognition. It's very easy to recognize team members for a job well done, so you should do it daily. A compliment, a thank you, or a positive comment in the morning meeting all go a long way toward creating extremely positive feelings and a strong desire to remain part of the practice.
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