Finding a good candidate for your dental practice is hard, but here’s 5 common mistakes you can avoid.
Take a moment to put yourself in the following scenario.You wake up in the morning with a feeling of dread about going to work. First thing when you walk into the office, you’re greeted by an environment that is negative, dull, or just feels like an energy suck. You spend the day trying to just get your job done and avoid interacting with co-workers as much as possible.
I have said many times that the most important member of the dental office team isn’t the dentist or any staff member—it’s the patient. I still stand by that statement, because the patient always comes first.
At the beginning of each year, bonuses are a popular topic in the dental industry. This makes sense, as dentists are trying to figure out how to make the new year better…
QUESTION: I’ve been working for this dentist for three years… The team has weekly meetings to discuss the previous week. These meetings are supposed to be positive, but they’ve turned into nothing but negativity. Do you have any suggestions for me?
Doctors and office managers often ask me how they make changes happen in their office. They tell me stories about all the things they’ve done to motivate their teams, and efforts they’ve made to push positive change in the office, only to hear grumbling from the...
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