Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Communication for a Win – Win

  We all know that communication is important. Let us look at few scenarios that may help to improve your Dental practice, your production, and maybe your overall satisfaction with life. Let’s begin with communicating with Millennials, most likely you have a few working for you, and you have them as patients. There is some…

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Miscellaneous Part 3 of 3

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little series of miscellaneous information for growing your Dental Practice, improving yourself, and plain ole information. Here is part 3, of information, that if you take it to heart, you’ll improve your life. Are you a nice person? Do you bully your team? Okay, so most people that aren’t nice…

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Observation to Conclusion

I attended a few social outings this past week. One was my husband-the-dentist’s Study Club, and the other was a College football game. I observed different individuals and came to the same conclusion. Social Media engagement – MATTERS Your patients are watching you. If you aren’t current with technology that relates to social media, how…

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How Valuable are Communication Skills to You?

The following blog post ran earlier this year. I think it was an important one and hope you find it useful to remember as we close out the year and get ready for a new one. There are as many ways to communicate as there are people, and more. What does your communication say about you?…

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How Valuable are Communication Skills to You?

There are as many ways to communicate as there are people, and more. What does your communication say about you?  Before a new patient walks into your clinic they already have an opinion about you.  They probably have experienced you in at least three ways. How intentionally are you communicating who you are?  When an existing…

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