As owners or managers we find that we can’t all be experts when it comes to HR. So you could be forgiven for thinking that it is your practice alone that suffers with a particular situation. Nor is it the norm to stress yourself out with ensuring that you are adhering to policies and procedures and keeping on track with …
In today’s blog, Dental Consultant and multi award-winning practice owner, Emma John, looks at the skill-set required within your team if you’re going to offer and maintain ultimate levels of customer service in your dental business.
Modern life is full of challenges, stress and pressures, and the dental profession is no exception. But instead of accepting stress as an inevitable part of life, it is important that dentists effectively address the causes before it impacts on their professional and personal lives. Stress can impact on a dentist’s health and practice in a number of ways. It could affect their confidence, clinical judgement, morale and even …
Today’s episode of Bodcast is the first instalment with Michael Bentley on building a strong team. In this unmissable episode, hosted by Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan, Michael shares his valuable insight and advice on adopting an effective recruitment process in your dental practice.
Today’s host Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan continues to delve into important topics surrounding practice management and team development in her interview with HR solicitor, Sarah Buxton. Covering the key things you need to know about employment law you’ll hear Sarah’s valuable advice the key questions practice managers and owners are asking.
As pressure grows for dental practices to respond to increasing costs and to stay ahead of the growing competition, principals must become more commercially aware. Determining the most appropriate strategy to fulfil financial goals is vital but leading teams to achieve it is imperative. The success or failure of your leadership skills is reflected in your results.
Figuring out how to deal with difficult people in your dental practice team and difficult situations can be a real headache and cause friction between practice owners and staff. Sheila Scott, leading dental business consultant, shares how you can reduce the pain and maintain harmony with your team in 5 easy steps.
Peninsula Business Services offer some simple-to-implement steps on how you can keep in tune with your employees, resulting in higher morale and stronger working relationships.
Sickness in any small business can be a real problem as each member of the team relies on one another to be able to operate effectively and efficiently. Here, Emma John shares her advice on how to reduce the amount of time your staff have off sick.
Guest blogger, Kevin Rose shares his top tips on how to create and maintain a top-notch team!