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.
Engaged staff are more productive, more focused on customers, work more safely and are more loyal to their employer – but how can you nurture an engaged team? That’s where guest blogger Sheila Scott comes in as she share her top tips on building an engaged team.
Are your team working together to meet their fullest potential? If not then read on to find out Emma John’s five top tips on how you can get your team working together more effectively.
Les Jones, Marketing Director at Practice Plan, takes a moment to explain why having a ‘learn and act culture’ is so vital within the dental practice. Not so long ago I met a business colleague in a hotel in Stoke-on-Trent. The experience was generally a good one (except for the price of the coffee) and after a couple of hours …