1) Have orderly, productive, and uplifting meetings; which will help create a more unified team and thus a more productive office. 2) Go over statistics from the previous month. 3) Acknowledge team members who refer patients to the office [along … Continue reading
Many times dentists and office managers express interest in becoming a better leader to their dental team. I always tell them that becoming a good leader is a process, one that never ends. You don’t have to be born with … Continue reading
A true dental professional will do whatever it takes to persuade the patient to take care of their own dental health.
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
One of the best attributes a team member can have is a positive attitude. I can’t recall seeing a floundering practice filled with enthusiastic staff. I meet a lot of people in my business and it is not difficult to … Continue reading