Recently, our medical practice hired two new staff members. These wonderful ladies have worked together in another practice for about one year so they know each other pretty well, which is helpful for them. What is important is that we (those who have worked in our practice prior to our new hires) work at developing our communication with them and they with us.
It takes awhile to get to know each other, yet we are expected to work well together from the start. Understanding each other is important and developing open communication from the beginning can be a challenge. I have found that being honest from day one and talking about how to develop good relationships and communication helps set everyone at ease and remove that shield that we so often can put up.
Together as a team we discussed the two points below in detail, sharing what they mean…
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