A weekly kick-off e-message from Katherine Eitel
to breathe life back into your practice, your team, and you!
Jun 21, 2010
We've Been Waiting For You.
On this Monday morning gathered around for your team huddle, you are a team of completely unique individuals preparing to work this day together toward a common goal. You will attempt to serve your patients at a high level of care while simultaneously creating a full and rich life for you and your families.
After observing hundreds of these morning team meetings over the years, I find many team members show up looking for someone else to take the lead. Sometimes that happens and often, it doesn't... because everyone else is looking and waiting for the same thing.
What if you're the leader you've been waiting for? What if you're the one who could shift the energy in this meeting? What if you're the one who could bring humor, optimism, creative problem solving, encouragement, patience, kindness, forgiveness, passion, excitement, high energy and laser focus?
Why couldn't it be you?
Why wouldn't it be you?
Why isn't it you?
Come on. Step up. Step out. Step in.
We've been waiting just for this moment. We've been waiting for you.
Monday Morning Stretch is pleased to announce:
with Pilates Instructor, author, speaker, & educator,
We are excited to bring you a
Monday Morning Stretch each week,
courtesy of our colleague Juli Kagan!
Each quick and easy exercise/stretch is
designed for the seated worker, especially dental professionals.
Week-by-week, you will be gently reminded to "Keep Moving!"
With an energy and enthusiasm that transforms knowledge into practice, Juli frequently speaks for and trains dental professionals and solo/group practices about "Minding Your Body" and improving your posture at work, and at play, and creating a more balanced life.
"Nothing so conclusively proves a man's ability to lead others
as what he does from day to day to lead himself."
~ Thomas J. Watsoni
I show up today as the leader for which I've been waiting. I lead others with clarity and inspiration for the good of my patients, my teammates, and myself..