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How Dentistry has Changed in the Last 10 Years

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In 2006, here are some of the comments we were hearing about the dental industry. They went like this. "Dentistry is recession proof" and "People will always need their teeth." Marketing budgets were flush, dental tradeshows were the place to be, dentists’ incomes were at their

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admin December 1, 2016
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Improve Your Leadership Style Through Staff Surveys

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A recent study indicates that employers have a major effect on employee engagement — and that the rate of engagement around the country may be at an all-time low of about 30%. You can improve these numbers in your practice areas, where you can improve your management style. But you have to tread carefully

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admin July 8, 2016
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6 Teamwork Keys To Increase Production And Enjoyment

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Over the years, I have talked with hundreds of dentists and analyzed dozens of dental practices. I discovered that that success in dentistry is primarily due to skill sets in three diverse areas — Clinical Skills, Business Skills, and Relationship Skills. While any one of the three skill sets can be a

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admin July 22, 2015
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Leadership Qualities  Staff  Want From  Their  Doctor

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Whether you are the head “honcho” of a Corporate America Company, or the leader doctor of a dental practice, it is a big challenge . As a leader in your organiz-ation, your success directly impacts your success and of people on your team. The right leadership qualities can propel your team forward —

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admin June 16, 2015
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Don’t Ever Lose Sight Of The Important Things In Life.

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It’s surprising how easy it is to lose sight of the important things in life. Busy schedules and weekly routines have a tendency to put your brain on autopilot. Some of life’s Essential Truths need repeating.

1. BUSINESS DOES NOT EQUAL BEING PRODUCTIVITY

Look at everyone around you. They all

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admin June 16, 2015
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