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  • Writer's picturePaul Vanchiere

Chapter 1: The Staff Mirror- Understanding People and Situations

Thinking of a recent or current difficult experience in your practice, identify:

1. The feedback mechanisms through which you can gain insight(s) into the problem

2. How the difficulty correlates with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

3. In dealing with people and the situation, what kind of mirror do you need? Is it better to use a full-length mirror so you can see the entire picture, or a smaller vanity mirror that might enable you to look more closely at a particular aspect of the situation? Could a “blind spot” mirror be of assistance?


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Chapter 3: The Individual Mirror- Understanding Yourself

1. Imagine that you have a talking magic mirror like the one in the fairy tale. You: “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the best boss of them all?” Choose the mirror’s response: a) You’re the best b

Chapter 4: The Staff Mirror- Understanding Your Team

1. When was the last time that the staff of your practice came together to interact in a business or social setting? 2. What are some of the benefits that could be gleaned from doing so? 3. Look back


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