When working to attract the best dental team, it’s important to consider great benefits because great job benefits attract the best employees. The benefit to the practice is a sound practice culture and greater staff retention.
I’ve just finished reading John Maxwell’s 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership for the second time. This time, however, I thought about the auxiliaries I’ve worked with over the years and how they stand out in my mind as great Leaders. The John Maxwell’s Laws work like this:
January and February can seem bleak and boring after the excitement and activity of the holiday season. It’s the perfect time to surprise your Dental Team with an appreciation gift or office celebration.
The following is a transcript excerpt from the start of the podcast:
Join our Facebook dental dentistry community and rate and review this podcast! I'm Katie Pollon, a dental hygienist. Today we are talking with Dr. Marynak, COO of Dental Staffing. Dental Staffing's goal is to help dental professionals find the right fit for their employees and employers.
Dental staffing issues have quickly become the number one topic in dentistry right now everywhere. I feel like everybody's talking about it, and just in the nation in general, I think it's safe to say that all over the country, people are feeling the effects of staffing issues...
The primary function of a Dental Office Manager is to oversee all operations of the Dental Practice. To ensure all staff work to become more efficient, productive, and competent, thus helping to create a profitable practice that delivers excellent service to patients.
I always cringe when I’m in a dental office and I’m told there is no Office Manager. I mean really, there are managers in stores, restaurants, pharmacies…all businesses. Why would someone fail to hire an Office Manager for their Dental Practice?
Let’s stop and reflect on what the administrative team members undertake daily. When we talk about the admin team, there are several models. There can be as few as one individual or as many as 3-5 employees overseeing what the clinical team refers to as the “front desk”.
A New Year is coming along with many resolutions we will undoubtedly fail to accomplish. One resolution you shouldn’t give up is your desire to grow your Dental Career! We’ve put together our favorite strategies for successful motivation to help fuel growth for your dental profession this year.
The next time you hear about a program looking for a volunteer, do yourself a favor and step up. I promise you won’t regret your decision. And the next time you encounter a newbie, take them under your wing and volunteer to mentor them; they’ll remember you cared for a long time, and they may even pay it forward someday.
Are you looking for a career in Dentistry with the opportunity for growth? As a Dental Assistant, it is you directly increase the efficiency of the Dental Practice in the treatment of the Dental Patient and are an integral member of the Dental care Team.