Posts Tagged ‘dental practice management’

Using Google Drive to Organize Practice Documents, Photos, and Monthly Bills

Using Google Drive to Organize Practice Documents, Photos, and Monthly Bills

With so many documents, photos, and bills to manage, keeping organized can be a nightmare. We need to organize leadership files, patient photos, advertising assets, and more. We need to keep our accounting documents organized to make sure bills get paid. We need to keep training and development files up-to-date and accessible to everyone who…

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How to Get the Support You Need as a Visionary Practice Leader

How to Get the Support You Need as a Visionary Practice Leader

Visionary practice leaders are an inspirational group of people. Many dentists consider themselves visionary leaders. I am a visionary leader. Visionary leaders set big goals. We have big dreams. We can’t help ourselves. We see opportunities to make a positive impact beyond our practices and cannot help but pursue those opportunities. That passion helps us…

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How to Run a Productive Team Meeting

How to Run a Productive Team Meeting

Holding productive team meetings is one of the best ways to make sure your most important practice tasks get done. For some larger practices, that means meeting regularly with your leadership team. Smaller practices might include every team member. Either way, the key to success is to run your meetings well. We suggest holding meetings…

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How to Build an Environment in Which Every Team Member Does Their Best Work

How to Build an Environment in Which Every Team Member Does Their Best Work

  My Delivering WOW team members are some of the most trustworthy, knowledgeable, and motivated people I have ever met. They know marketing, dental practice management, and effective ways to help practice leaders grow. They are successful with Delivering WOW and active in the dental industry. For example, one team member works at a multi-location…

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How to Create Teams and Assign Projects to Team Members Using Asana

How to Create Teams and Assign Projects to Team Members Using Asana

  Asana is one of my favorite tools to increase productivity in dental practices. It is the best way to collaborate with team members to manage key tasks and projects. You can easily get everyone on the same page and prevent key tasks from falling behind or not happening at all. Asana keeps everything organized…

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How to Improve Consistency in Your Practice

How to Improve Consistency in Your Practice

  If there’s one thing that controls the direction of your dental practice, it’s consistency. If you and your team do consistently well, you’ll build an amazing practice. If you do consistently poor or are inconsistent, you’ll never reach your practice’s full potential. Building more positive consistency into your practice doesn’t need to be difficult…

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7 Strategies for Growing Your Dental Practice

7 Strategies for Growing Your Dental Practice

One of the most satisfying parts of working with dentists is helping them grow. Dentists often come to me overworked, stressed, and overwhelmed. They work too many hours for too little money and feel stuck. The idea of growing a dental practice when you’re stuck in that situation might seem crazy. But there’s hope. The…

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The Importance of Making Real Connections With Erin Doffoney RDH

The importance of making real connections

This week on the podcast, I interviewed Erin Doffoney – a rock star dental hygienist based out of Atlanta. We talked about how your dental team can make better connections with your patients and team members. Erin’s passion is to bring skill, comfort and care through dental hygiene. Her goal is to focus on patients…

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How to Start Building the Life You Dreamed of When You Entered Dental School

When we entered dental school, we dreamed of brightening smiles, serving our communities, supporting our families, and enjoying a flexible lifestyle. When we come out of dental school, however, most of us are hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, and if we build or buy a dental practice, we add hundreds of thousands of dollars more to our debt burden. 

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