managing your team


New staff need their boss

Have you ever wondered why some new employees “work out” better than others? You hire them full of hope that they will be the sparkling success you need them to be for whatever position they are to fill. In the interview, they seemed so right and their credentials and experience all checked out. And you

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Coping like mad but getting nowhere?

You say to yourself as you head toward the practice, “It’s going to be a great day today.” You are trying to pump yourself up to survive another day. You walk into reception and the first thing you are hit with is that one of the staff is ill and not there. A patient or

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Definition: “A group of players forming one side in a competitive game or sport.” Very interesting wording: “forming one side”. Over the years we have worked with many practices with different quantities of staff, from one doctor and one staff member, up to a practice that had 6 owners and 32 staff. Even in the

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Your Role as a Leader

“He who thinks he is leading but has no one following him is only taking a walk.”  – Anonymous Being a leader was not necessarily the role you consciously went for when you chose to become a denturist.  However, now that you are the owner of a practice, it is best to know everything you

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