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Lisa Newburger, a master's level social worker supervisor, helps audiences find humor in talking about tough topics. Her "in-your-face" style of presentations and writing will make you smile or just shock you into taking some action. Either way, she is very effective at empowering others to reach their goals and feel better about themselves. Her entertaining workshops are available for national and international audiences. Writing for the dental industry since 2010, she uses an alterego (Diana Directive) to illustrate her points in a sarcastic but effective way. Presentations can be scheduled by contacting Lisa at www.discussdirectives.com/dental.html.
Hiring the right person is an art, but unfortunately not an easy one.
Bad news! Your favorite employee just gave notice. She is moving out of state and getting married. Great news for her, but you are devastated. Finding her replacement is not going to be easy. Why? Because you really, really liked working with her. She is fun, smart, and a real go-getter. How do you replace someone like that?
You don’t usually think about how to find the most amazing employee until your favorite quits. Where to start? Here are 10 strategies that can help you get the ball rolling.
Hiring the right person is an art. Unfortunately, there isn’t adequate training in dental school on hiring practices. But it is something every dentist needs to think about. If you have a bad track record when it comes to hiring, then bring in a consultant. Don’t let your ego get in the way when it comes to admitting that you aren’t an expert on everything.
Remember the big picture. You want to hire the best person who will provide exceptional care to your patients while being a team player with your staff. You can find that exceptional candidate and these strategies will help you do so.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and share how you find the best staff to hire.