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Archive for month: November, 2017

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members. In a well-run practice, each team member’s individual responsibilities are clearly spelled out. Yet there are always opportunities for staff members to help others, especially during the busy holiday season. Think about how you can assist your teammates. Share information and insights. Suggest ideas and improvements. Volunteer to cover for staff members who are swamped or away from the office. The more you offer, the more you are likely to receive in return… and the better the team as a whole will perform.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members. In a well-run practice, each team member’s individual responsibilities are clearly spelled out. Yet there are always opportunities for staff members to help others, especially during the busy holiday season. Think about how you can assist your teammates. Share information and insights. Suggest ideas and improvements. Volunteer to cover for staff members who are swamped or away from the office. The more you offer, the more you are likely to receive in return… and the better the team as a whole will perform.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members. In a well-run practice, each team member’s individual responsibilities are clearly spelled out. Yet there are always opportunities for staff members to help others, especially during the busy holiday season. Think about how you can assist your teammates. Share information and insights. Suggest ideas and improvements. Volunteer to cover for staff members who are swamped or away from the office. The more you offer, the more you are likely to receive in return… and the better the team as a whole will perform.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members. In a well-run practice, each team member’s individual responsibilities are clearly spelled out. Yet there are always opportunities for staff members to help others, especially during the busy holiday season. Think about how you can assist your teammates. Share information and insights. Suggest ideas and improvements. Volunteer to cover for staff members who are swamped or away from the office. The more you offer, the more you are likely to receive in return… and the better the team as a whole will perform.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members.

Watch for ways to collaborate with team members. In a well-run practice, each team member’s individual responsibilities are clearly spelled out. Yet there are always opportunities for staff members to help others, especially during the busy holiday season. Think about how you can assist your teammates. Share information and insights. Suggest ideas and improvements. Volunteer to cover for staff members who are swamped or away from the office. The more you offer, the more you are likely to receive in return… and the better the team as a whole will perform.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Download Dr. Levin’s free whitepaper,“The 9 Areas of Expertise: Team Building,” by clicking here.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team. Use “we” instead of “I” during patient interactions. Treat patients as the center of everyone’s attention while they are in your practice. Even team members who aren’t working directly with certain patients should still acknowledge them warmly. 

Training Tuesday: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Interpersonal Communications – Get Along With Everyone,” by clicking here.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team. Use “we” instead of “I” during patient interactions. Treat patients as the center of everyone’s attention while they are in your practice. Even team members who aren’t working directly with certain patients should still acknowledge them warmly. 

Training Tuesday: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Make parents and patients feel like they are part of your oral healthcare team.

Make parents and patients feel like they are part of your oral healthcare team. Use “we” instead of “I” during parent and patient interactions. Treat parents and patients as the center of everyone’s attention while they are in your practice. Even team members who aren’t working directly with certain parents and patients should still acknowledge them warmly. 

Training Tuesday: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Make parents and patients feel like they are part of your oral healthcare team.

Make parents and patients feel like they are part of your oral healthcare team. Use “we” instead of “I” during parent and patient interactions. Treat parents and patients as the center of everyone’s attention while they are in your practice. Even team members who aren’t working directly with certain parents and patients should still acknowledge them warmly. 

Training Tuesday: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “The New Patient Experience – How To Impress The New Patient,” by clicking here.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team.

Make patients feel like part of their own personal oral healthcare team. Use “we” instead of “I” during patient interactions. Treat patients as the center of everyone’s attention while they are in your practice. Even team members who aren’t working directly with certain patients should still acknowledge them warmly. 

Training Tuesday: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, “Interpersonal Communications – Get Along With Everyone,” by clicking here.

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