First time visitor? Then start here and learn more about The Remarkable Practice

Tag Archives: staff retention

The holidays can feel like time freezes in December, but January is just around the corner and our upcoming Chiropractic Team Building Immersion in sunny Arizona January 12-13th is coming up fast. In fact, our Super Early Bird price is SOLD OUT.  What better gift could you give your chiropractic team than knowledge sharing and […]

If you’ve been following this series as we dive into Remarkable Chiropractic Team Building, then you already know the first 5 Steps to this list from this previous post. The remaining 5 steps really put together the pieces for any CA. The final steps include some awesome TRP resources in the Academy – so if […]

In the TRP Academy, we provide a thorough and detailed process for finding that perfect CA including specific Chiropractic Assistant Interview questions. Today, we will share with you a fantastic tidbit from this value-packed manual. We call them the “Smart Questions” to ask during your chiropractic assistant interview.

I am very “happy” to announce the launch of our long-awaited TheThirdBird Book of the Month Club! The first book that we will feature is Shawn Achor’s The Happiness Advantage. In his Harvard University class by the same name; Shawn advanced the discussion around happiness and how it influences experiences and outcomes – and even predicts […]

If you want to build a practice based on Patient Retention, you’d better build a team based on Staff Retention. When you hire, think long-term relationships.  Don’t “crisis hire” – filling in a gap or void on your team.  Start with a clear understanding of what your needs are, the role that you are trying […]

This blog does not replace a great coach.  Yes you’ll get great ideas and inspiration, but a coach is so much more.  I have enjoyed incredible personal and professional growth due to incredible coaching. A coach provides a structure with standards and feedback.  Coaches help identify goals, illuminate clear paths and create accountability.  Coaches help […]

My wife has to ask my daughter, Emma, to do anything three times.  At three, she already knows that the third request is the threshold. The fourth time is the “no-go” zone.  Massachusetts State Troopers let you drive 75 MPH in the fourth lane on weekday mornings, before 7 a.m.  Not 76.  My cruise control […]