Let’s face it. Nobody likes to admit they have a communication problem.
In some cases, it’s easier to play the blame game rather than to admit where one lacks in their communication skills.
Even the best communicators fall short because communication is not a one-time activity but a continuous process.
In Part I of our series called “The Blame Game: 5 Tips to Restore Practice Communication,” here are three steps to consider while examining your communication:
Review the root cause of communication barriers:
Identify the root cause of communication barriers:
Create a tailored plan for your practice, which I will discuss in my next post.
Remember, just by admitting that a communication barrier exists, you have already won half the battle.
**The opinions and observations from the group/author are not a promise to exempt your practice from fines and penalties. Research, modify, and tailor the advice to fit your specialty.