Classic Insights Blog

Utterances

Posted on February 9, 2015 by Sandy Pardue

There is no place for criticalness, fault-finding, loathing, bellyaching, complaining, or grumbling in an office. Anyone in the office who is there to do their job and improve their surroundings including, our patients and themselves, will not badmouth circumstances, situations, … Continue reading

Action Steps for a Reactivation Project

Posted on January 6, 2015 by Sandy Pardue

Typically a practice will start thinking about doing a reactivation project when they are desperate for patients. The reactivation attempts should be ongoing for a consistent flow of patients rather than a desperate move. If you can’t afford to lose … Continue reading

Go for Your Dreams

Posted on December 28, 2014 by Sandy Pardue

Dentists go to great lengths to try and build their practices. They invest a tremendous amount of time and money to become dentists and set up a practice by getting through college, dental school, and continuing education courses. They invest … Continue reading

The Difference Between Management & Leadership

Posted on June 26, 2014 by Sandy Pardue

Leadership requires motivating and inspiring. Management includes organizing and staffing. Management involves creating an organizational structure, staffing the job with qualified individuals, communicating the plan, delegating responsibility for carrying out the plan and devising systems to monitor implementation. The real … Continue reading