Three seconds on the clock

The three second brand

Les Jones Marketing and Design Leave a Comment

First impressions count…a lot! You might have the most wonderful, talented, friendly, patient-focused practice that any prospective patient could ever wish for, but if you’re not communicating those things within the first three seconds of someone landing on your website or having their call to the practice answered, then you’re probably losing business.

How to motivate your team to success

Inspiring team work within your practice

Practice Plan Podcasts, Practice Management Leave a Comment

Award winning Practice Director, Lesley Morgan-Barlow talks to Zoe Close about team motivation. Drawing on more than 7 years experience of running a dental practice, she looks at the importance of strong leadership and the benefits of outlining clear business goals to all the team. She offers easy to implement advice on encouraging team members and illustrates things many practice …

Planning for the future: Sara Hurley speaks out

Planning for the future: the CDO speaks out…

Practice Plan NHS Dental Landscape Leave a Comment

On 12th June, the Chief Dental Officer (CDO) for England, Sara Hurley, brought together key stakeholders in dentistry to be transparent about the department’s work, to open the lines of communication, and to support efforts to improve oral health on a national basis.

Top hats toast & moments of truth

Sheila Scott and Chris Barrow give us a glimpse of what to expect on this year’s Workshop Tour

Sarah Whittall HR and Team Development, Practice Management Leave a Comment

Sarah Whittall, Events and Marketing Coordinator, catches up with dental business experts, Sheila Scott and Chris Barrow, ahead of this year’s Workshop Tour to find out what they have in store for you…

Communication is key - Les Jones

Communication is Key to a Successful Move From NHS to Private Dentistry

Guest Writer Practice Management Leave a Comment

As the finer details of the proposed NHS contract reform become clearer, many dentists, faced with a limited scope for increasing income and a growing administrative burden, are starting to seriously consider a move to private dentistry.