employees

How to deal with lazy employees
How to deal with lazy employeesThe reason your staff members aren't motivated to work may surprise you.
5 ways to be a better managerEmployees can either be the best thing about your practice or your biggest liability - these tips can help you make them successful.
6 New Year’s resolutions your dental staff wishes you’d make
6 New Year’s resolutions your dental staff wishes you’d makeWhat things do your employees want you to work on for the new year?
Why dental associates often fail
Why dental associates often failViewing an associate as an apprentice rather than a subordinate can make a world of difference.
How to manage the employee you hate
How to manage the employee you hateFace it: you aren’t going to be a fan of all your employees. But how can you find a way to work with them?
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.
What happens when your practice runs on autopilot?
What happens when your practice runs on autopilot?When your front office suffers, your whole office suffers. Find out what you need to keep your practice healthy.
3 ways to handle an unmotivated employeeUnmotivated employees can bring down a whole team, so addressing the problem quickly is important.
3 tips for effective performance feedback for your dental team
3 tips for effective performance feedback for your dental teamGood performance feedback can lead to a better, more efficient practice.
3 reasons new employees shouldn’t answer the phones
3 reasons new employees shouldn’t answer the phonesIt is typical in a dental office that when we hire a new employee at the front desk, they start by answering the phones for the office. Really, when looking at it from the dentist’s perspective, that is the easiest thing to start with, right? That definitely seems to make sense, but frankly, that is one of the worst things you can do for your office with a new employee.