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Corporate culture is based on your company’s core values

Your corporate culture is responsible for maintaining high standards of care and running a successful practice. The first step in building the culture is to establish core values that are the basis for your company’s culture.

These values aren’t just something to be written down and tucked away in an office manual. They must be reiterated to the staff and consistently driven home by way of example by the owner, practice managers and associate doctors. It is imperative that these values drive the business and clinical decision-making process. To better understand this, let’s look what might happen in a company that does not have stated core values, a real “culture” or mission statement for employees to follow. 

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Alan Glazier
Proud founder of a private practice in the Maryland suburbs of Washington DC. and I founded this small online community called "ODs on Facebook". I like to connect people.

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