Posts by Corporate Optometry

Is Your Sublease a Glorified Employment Position?

Within corporate optometry, there are many opportunities to become a sublease owner; however, not all of these opportunities are created equally.  Some agreements are not as beneficial to the OD as they should be, and it is important for you as an optometrist to be able to distinguish a good agreement from a bad one…

Read More

Signs That You Might Be Getting Terminated

Nothing’s more grim than hearing ‘we need to talk’, especially if the order comes from a regional manager or an HR representative at work. Whether you love your current job or not, it goes without saying that no one likes getting their lease terminated. However, laying off executives, ODs and opticians is nothing unusual, especially…

Read More

5 Tips for Climbing the Ladder of Success

The road to success is never just a straight highway. There are plenty of landmines and bunkers on the way, but the trick is to tread skillfully and carefully. Here is everything you need to keep in mind in order to reach the top. 1. Learn to Delegate Often, we feel that in order to…

Read More

5 Things ODs Value The Most In Corporate Optometry

It is true that most individuals accept a job based upon the salary they are being offered from that place. However, as time goes on, there are more things these individuals begin to value. In addition to the salary, there are some other factors that can keep an individual hooked to their workplace. Here are…

Read More

4 Things to Avoid When Self-Branding

Have you ever considered writing that you’re an expert on your résumé or on Linkedin? Did you come up with some game-changing innovations that changed the face of the last company you worked at? When you’re building your résumé or Linkedin profile you’re marketing yourself and like every good marketer,you want to deliver what you…

Read More

Top 4 Tricks for Corporate Optometry Networking

In the corporate world, the secret to success is based on the people you know. Learn the secrets used by professionals to build business connections and get ahead in corporate optometry. 1. Have Something to Talk About Don’t just go up to someone you want to connect with without having anything to say to them.…

Read More

5 Ways to Motivate Your Team

One of the most important ingredients for successful teamwork is motivation. Whether it’s a single project or a long-term plan, inspire your team by showing them that you value all the work they do, because at the end of the day, a motivated team is a productive team. 1. Customize Your Rewards While the output…

Read More