employee relations

How much DRAMA is in your dental practice?
How much DRAMA is in your dental practice?Figure out how to deal with or avoid the drama in your office.
How to transition your practice to an associate
How to transition your practice to an associateTransitioning your practice can be hard, but having someone you trust can make the whole process easier.
You choose: Private or group practice?
You choose: Private or group practice?A survey of hygienists' opinions on private and group practices.
Step up or step out
Step up or step outA look at how the concept of employee accountability is important for your practice.
Know yourself to know your team
Know yourself to know your teamUsing the DiSC personality profile to work better with your team and manage them more effectively.
Some days you just have to be the manager
Some days you just have to be the managerBeing a leader and being a manager can feel like two separate things, but you need to wear both hats if you want to run a successful practice.
What kind of boss are you?
What kind of boss are you?Are you a good boss ... or are you the underlying cause of your practice's problems?
3 ways to handle an unmotivated employeeUnmotivated employees can bring down a whole team, so addressing the problem quickly is important.
4 myths about dealing with conflict in the dental practice
4 myths about dealing with conflict in the dental practiceDentists require a team of staff members to serve the needs of the patient. When everyone is busy, working together, there is room for conflict to arise.
Do you have a practice bully?
Do you have a practice bully?Bullying. We hear so much about it in the news today. It's no longer the mean boys that beat up kids for their lunch money or even the mean girls that don't invite other girls to the mall.