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  • Writer's picturePaul Vanchiere

The Purpose Of This Book

Updated: Jan 6, 2019

I have drawn from these experiences to develop an approach to leadership development and strengthening management skills that explores how to manage the many mirrors that provide information about us as individuals and our practice.

In this book, I provide strategies that will help you to:

● Discover how to clearly see the blind spots and problems that currently limit your leadership and management potential.

● Develop strategies to make the necessary improvements to address those problems.

● Use what you see in the mirrors to improve yourself, your staff, your boss (if you have one), your partner(s), your practice, and – most importantly – your patients’ overall experience.

Within this blog, you will find questions and activities to help you apply what you have read to your real-world management challenges. Such questions and activities are provided as a supplement to think about how various chapters within the book will help you on your journey to Managing the Mirrors.

At the end of the day, learning how to manage the mirrors will provide insights that will help you put your best foot forward as a leader, position your team and practice for success, and provide the best possible care to your patients. I wish you all the best on your leadership journey.


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