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June 22, 2018by Lisa Philip0
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To flourish in the dental industry, you have to plan strategically, and you can do this through team engagement. Team engagement is one of the fundamental needs for strategic planning in your dental practice, and here at TGNA, we provide training courses that include daily strategic meetings that you can use for your team.

Here are some team engagement tips for strategic planning in your dental practice:

Identifying Positive Things

Allow your dental staff to identify positive things that happened in the previous year. Let all the members see the good result that everyone did. This method will allow your team to work more diligently in the coming years. A team that works well can yield positive results for your dental practice.

List Improvements
Knowing what went wrong in the past 12 months will help your team to identify solutions to future problems. The things that have not gone well will make room for improvement and open up more opportunities for your dental staff.

Discussion and Collaboration
Team engagement allows dental staff to discuss negative and positive things of their practice. Learning both can help in planning new ideas and improve dental work. This way, you can come up with strategies that can prevent problems in your dental practice.

For things that have gone well, you can continue working on them and yield positive results, while for negative things, you can create new plans to prevent bad outcomes.

Create Strategic Planning
From the ideas that you have come up with your team, select the most appropriate ones. Make those ideas your new strategies for your dental practice. Strategic planning can come easy when you involve your dental staff. Work as a group and earn positive results as a group. Your dental practice is not about working alone but planning and working as a team.

You can check our site if you want to learn more about team engagement and strategic planning.

-The TGNA Team

Lisa Philip

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