Leading My Pain Management Clinic Business Plan by Nicky

Looks at the author's leadership strengths and weaknesses as needed to administer his own pain management clinic.
# 150138 | 1,145 words | 0 sources | 2012 | US
Published on Jan 28, 2012 in Business (Small) , Business (Human Resources) , Business (Business Plans)

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This paper explains that a survey indicated to the author that he possessed several competencies that enhance his ability to lead, such as understanding other people's perspectives; however, it also disclosed several discrepancies, such as his belief that it is acceptable to criticize an individual who is not present. Next, the author relates how he is going to improve upon his leadership skills and to prepare for his new operation by learning how these businesses operate locally and saving money. The paper relates the way that the author will evaluate his workers to soften the brunt of his criticism through a formal review system.

Table of Contents:
Survey Results
Complementing the Strengths
Overcoming Weaknesses

From the Paper:

"In my own clinic, I will always take the time to speak to my employees and ask them questions: do they believe management is treating them fairly with little to no favoritism? If they are treated fairly, what types of actions on the part of management create such an impression? If they are not being treated fairly, then what could management do better? With answers to questions like these I hope to create a positive dialogue between myself and my employees.
"According to the survey, one of my strengths is open-mindedness and flexibility. To take advantage of this quality, I will have an anonymous suggestions box made accessible to my employees. This box will solicit both criticism and new ideas. The suggestions generated from this box will enhance the amount of feedback management receives, thus contributing to the effectiveness of the organization as well as employee morale. Often lower-level employees have the greatest insight about improving organizational processes and procedures. A manager can never be too proud to change.
"Starting immediately, I will add up yearly totals of how much money I have invested and how great a return I have seen."

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