Keeping your team focused and motivated can be a full time job! So how do we stay on top of the focus and motivation while keeping a practice running? Start with your office manager! There are a few things you can have your office manager review in order to help the practice run effectively. Performance … Continue reading Office Manager Check!→
It seems like the day goes by so quickly and there are just not enough hours to get things done! Have you asked yourself, are you and your team productive or just busy? Some people don’t realize the difference! Using your time wisely can be tricky. It requires you to prioritize your goals, analyze your … Continue reading Busy vs. Productive?→
With the start of August, there is only one month left of summer. This means, fall is just around the corner! The summer season tends to be a quieter time for dental offices. Patients are on vacation or may be occupied with summer plans. Dental appointments may not necessarily be top of mind! If you are … Continue reading Plan for a Successful Fall Season!→
Is your dental practice suffering from poorly conducted meetings? Some dental practices don’t conduct meetings at all – and when they do it can be a waste of time. Poorly organized meetings easily turn into long sessions of juggling topics. Not knowing how to run successful staff meetings can have serious consequences on the health … Continue reading Meaningful Meetings→
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to make it to the top in dentistry? To be one of those dentists who has it all – strong leadership presence, a high performing team, financial freedom, solid patient relationships, an exciting career, boundless enthusiasm and maintained energy over decades.
Leadership is an INSIDE job… Leadership is not simply something you do with a set of tools of the trade; it is an expression of who we are as a person. Our influence arises from your intrinsic character traits, beliefs, and behaviors that make us who we are and how we behave.
The dentist leader challenge encompass many demands and they must wear many different “hats:” The Owner, the Team Leader, operational director, technical service provider and the key revenue generator. How can it all be balanced out so the burden of the practice doesn’t fall on just one person?
At our coaching company for dental professionals, we frequently hear a common complaint from dentist/owners about their major stresses: staff relations, management problems and team and individual performance.