Posts Tagged ‘Dental practice culture’

Are You Trusting Your Office Manager?

Are You Trusting Your Office Manager?

Once you have an Office Manager that really steps into their role, amazing things happen. This week I dive into how to empower your Office Manager, and place them in the role of a Chief Operations Officer (COO). And, it doesn’t take much to make this change. In fact, it only takes the leap to…

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4 Parts of a WOW Practice Culture

4 Parts of a WOW Practice Culture

Companies across industries understand that the success of their business depends on their ability to develop amazing team members and a healthy business culture. Dentistry is no different. That’s why I dedicated a significant part of my book, Delivering WOW, to helping practices set practice goals, find and develop team members, and build a culture…

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How to Transform Your Dental Practice in Just 21 Days

How to Transform Your Dental Practice in Just 21 Days

Transforming a dental practice from stressful, low profit, or hard to run does not have to take a lot of time. And it doesn’t have to take a lot of money, either. I know this from having helped thousands of people grow their practices. My programs help grow practices without stress, overwhelm, or sacrificing family…

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3 Ways to Build Deeper Relationships with Patients and Team Members

3 Ways to Build Deeper Relationships with Patients and Team Members

  In dental school, we learn a lot about clinical work and practice care. These are important topics, of course. They are necessary skills for performing the life-changing treatments we perform on patients every day. The treatment we can perform on a moment’s notice changes lives. It can get people smiling again after years of…

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2 Reasons to Get Comfortable Delegating More

2 Reasons to Get Comfortable Delegating More

As dentists, we need to lead our practices well. We need to demonstrate good leadership skills to help our practice grow and get the best out of each team member.  But sometimes, dentists have a hard time letting go of tasks they have no business doing themselves. It’s a natural tendency. If we do things…

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How to Set Expectations in Your Practice

How to Set Expectations in Your Practice

We’re dentists. Many of us are also perfectionists. It’s not our fault. We’re trained to be perfect with our clinical care in dental school. But many of us expect perfection in all parts of our practice. That makes us do too much work ourselves, fearing we need to do things to ensure they get done…

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