Rising from the chair after performing your final dental procedure of the day, you pause, letting the discomfort in your back settle before walking out. Your neck aches and your shoulders droop, and you realize it’s only Tuesday. It’s time to ask yourself how to improve your posture in the dental clinic.
Leadership in dentistry includes being able to make difficult decisions and effectively communicating those choices to all team members. As a leader, how would you react to the following four common dilemmas?
Inspirational Leadership© point 5: Demonstrate Presence to revolutionize your rapport with patients
Whether you wish to reduce your workload or expand your business, a dental practice management consultant can be a vital resource in reaching your dental practice goals.
Internal marketing can be as simple as “word-of-mouth marketing.” Your own patients are your greatest marketing asset as they can tell others about your office and, for instance, your gentle touch as a dentist. This offers a personal recommendation as a trusted source of new patients.
Promoting wellness at work can help your entire team perform at their best. When you and your co-workers are happy and healthy, everyone benefits.
Like many dental hygienists, I spent my clinical career working part-time at two different dental offices. When it’s […]