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…
Don’t miss the latest episode of Bodcast with Sheila Scott! In this episode, hosted by Zoe Close, Sheila talks about the use of ‘bad’ language in dental practices and provides her advice on the type of language you should be using when you’re talking to patients.
Listen to this episode of Bodcast to discover Business Consultant, Sheila Scott’s expert tips and advice on how you can encourage your patients to visit the hygienist more frequently.
Today’s episode of Bodcast is with Business Consultant Sheila Scott on effective plan management. In this unmissable episode, hosted by Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan, Sheila shares her valuable insight and advice on how a dental membership plan puts preventative care at the heart of your dental practice.
In today’s episode of Bodcast, host Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan catches up with Business Consultant Sheila Scott to discuss hygienist services within the dental practice. Don’t miss Sheila’s advice on what actions need to be taken to ensure your hygiene books are kept full, without the risk of complaints.
Sheila Scott, one of the dental industry’s leading business consultants, talks about how to communicate effectively with your dental team.
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.
Sarah Whittall, Events and Marketing Coordinator, introduces us to The Business Skills Theatre at this year’s BDIA Dental Showcase.
Sheila Scott explains how having the courage to deal with a problem, in the right way, is a much better approach than ‘putting up’ with the repercussions of it.
Once you’ve had a discussion with a team member about improving what they do or how they do things, don’t assume the matter is done and dusted.