It’s Report Card Time

by Dr. Ron Arndt

Doesn’t that phrase give you a pit in your stomach, remembering that feeling? My wife, Trish, affectionately known as My Sweetness, taught Kindergarten for 36+ years! She routinely distributed report cards to her students. It helped them improve.

We graduate and we instantly forget about those important “progress benchmarks.” What if your hygienist gave you a report card?

Ask your employees to be (anonymously) honest with you in a 360 review. This is feedback that comes from your employees. It also includes a self-assessment. Don’t avoid doing this because you are afraid of what it says. Just like you give reviews to your employees, ask them to review you, too. A secondary bonus is that your employees will know their feedback is valued. It will undoubtedly help you improve.

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