Category Archives: Personally Sally
Selective Accountability Damages Your Practice
Conflict is often rooted in a general lack of direction and inadequate communication. Employees do not know who is responsible and accountable for which systems.
Eliminate the Costly Learning Curve for New Hires
Study after study shows that investing in a new employee’s success can pay huge dividends, including improving employee performance nearly 12% and enabling them to achieve much higher productivity a full two months sooner than others.
Avoid the Seemingly Insignificant Disaster in Your Practice
Oftentimes, it’s the little things – the seemingly insignificant actions – that make all the difference. Patient opinions and perceptions are shaped by multiple variables, many of which tend to be subtle and vague. Often it’s the intangibles that have a very tangible impact on your success and practice growth.
Feeling an Oncoming Career Slump? Do This.
The mid-point in a dental career can bring great uncertainty, many questions, and frustrations.
Creating Relationships or Routine Transactions?
In many cases, the six-month visit is the only time the dentist is going to have the opportunity to sit down with the patient and assess not only his/her their oral health condition but also the individual’s oral health concerns and interests.
If You’re Selling Smiles, Why Aren’t You Wearing One?
You and your team advertise your dentistry. If you’re selling smiles, everyone on your team, including you, doctor, should wear the beautiful smiles that excellent dentistry can create.