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Why? – Because getting things like training, implementation, and monitoring take far longer than what it sounds like on paper. Examples of practical problems that affect a manager’s time:-

  1. Part time staff not being available at the right time
  2. Some staff being slower at learning than others
  3. Staff unwilling to take responsibility
  4. Constantly running to keep on top of processes and paperwork
  5. Everything is referred to the practice manager

All of these add up to a significant chunk of a manager’s time. Whether true or not, most managers will agree with the feeling that they spend more time shifting paperwork than actual management. So don’t underestimate the amount of effort and where your focus should be.


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