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Archive for month: April, 2019

Be on your best behavior for parents and patients.

Be on your best behavior for parents and patients. Disagreements with other team members will occasionally occur. Move all such discussions to an employee-only area or, better, wait until the office is closed before engaging in those types of conversations. When parents and patients hear team members arguing, their view of the practice is greatly diminished.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, The Golden 10 by clicking here.

 

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest. Honesty with referring doctors is paramount, but just like the treatment that you provide it must be delivered with care. Do you come across as caring or arrogant? Are you speaking too quickly, cutting people off, jumping to conclusions, or not listening? You’re supposed be the authority, but if you’re not intentional about how you address people you’ll come across as superior. Ask your team for feedback about whether or not you ever appear pompous or patronizing. If you are, take steps to change.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Understand that emotions play a big role in the decision to get an implant.

Understand that emotions play a big role in the decision to get an implant. Many decisions made by patients about getting treatment are driven by the fact that the patient needs the service. The implant candidate must want an implant. Therefore, you should focus on promoting the benefits and value of implants.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, The Implant Treatment Coordinator (ITC) by clicking here.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest. Honesty with referring doctors is paramount, but just like the treatment that you provide it must be delivered with care. Do you come across as caring or arrogant? Are you speaking too quickly, cutting people off, jumping to conclusions, or not listening? You’re supposed be the authority, but if you’re not intentional about how you address people you’ll come across as superior. Ask your team for feedback about whether or not you ever appear pompous or patronizing. If you are, take steps to change.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Be honest. Honesty with referring doctors is paramount, but just like the treatment that you provide it must be delivered with care. Do you come across as caring or arrogant? Are you speaking too quickly, cutting people off, jumping to conclusions, or not listening? You’re supposed be the authority, but if you’re not intentional about how you address people you’ll come across as superior. Ask your team for feedback about whether or not you ever appear pompous or patronizing. If you are, take steps to change.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

 

Give credit for good ideas.

Give credit for good ideas. We all like to get credit for our suggestions and we don’t like it when people take credit for others’ thinking. Note the ideas expressed by other team members. If you talk about someone else’s idea, always be sure to mention the originator’s name. Get in the habit of giving credit, and you are much more likely to get credit when you’re the one who comes up with a good idea.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here.

Give credit for good ideas.

Give credit for good ideas. We all like to get credit for our suggestions and we don’t like it when people take credit for others’ thinking. Note the ideas expressed by other team members. If you talk about someone else’s idea, always be sure to mention the originator’s name. Get in the habit of giving credit, and you are much more likely to get credit when you’re the one who comes up with a good idea.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here.

Give credit for good ideas.

Give credit for good ideas. We all like to get credit for our suggestions and we don’t like it when people take credit for others’ thinking. Note the ideas expressed by other team members. If you talk about someone else’s idea, always be sure to mention the originator’s name. Get in the habit of giving credit, and you are much more likely to get credit when you’re the one who comes up with a good idea.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here.

Give credit for good ideas.

Give credit for good ideas. We all like to get credit for our suggestions and we don’t like it when people take credit for others’ thinking. Note the ideas expressed by other team members. If you talk about someone else’s idea, always be sure to mention the originator’s name. Get in the habit of giving credit, and you are much more likely to get credit when you’re the one who comes up with a good idea.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here.

Give credit for good ideas.

Give credit for good ideas. We all like to get credit for our suggestions and we don’t like it when people take credit for others’ thinking. Note the ideas expressed by other team members. If you talk about someone else’s idea, always be sure to mention the originator’s name. Get in the habit of giving credit, and you are much more likely to get credit when you’re the one who comes up with a good idea.

Management Monday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Level IV Leadership,” by clicking here.

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