Employees. They’re awesome, they help us get stuff done. They’re like family. We can’t live without them, right? Whatever thought comes to mind when you think of employees, the fact is that your busy medical practice wouldn’t have opened its doors this morning without them. Are you implementing the right tactics to boost employee engagement?
Hiring good employees is essential to getting your job done. Retaining good ones can make or break your practice.
Changes in marketing strategies and patient perceptions have vastly impacted the role your employees play in your ability to effectively market your practice, especially when you consider the importance word-of-mouth and online reviews play in your practice nowadays.
Good thing for you, we’ve spent a lot of time pondering the relationship employees play in marketing your practice. And, we’ve spent hundreds of hours already this year, working with practices just like yours implementing employee-focused marketing strategies that deliver results.
- Increase employee engagement for better marketing results and a more content and productive team.
- Use our ninja tactics in your employee engagement programs to boost online reviews and give your practice a five-star advantage.
- Reward the best of the best with these simple, inexpensive ideas for improving retention and job satisfaction.
If your goal is to improve employee engagement while also marketing your practice and amplifying patient relationships, then check out what we’ve been working on with practices just like yours.
What’s the catch? Nothing. It’s free. All you need to do is click and spend some time to implement one or all of these strategies at your practice.
BONUS: Make sure you download a copy of our free eBook, 10 Tips to Creating Rock Star Employees. It’s a quick read and packed full of actionable items you can implement right now with your front office staff.
Remember, if you don’t give your employees something to talk about, they’ll find something on their own. Take action today to help distribute the message you want patients to hear.