Fundamental truth...all things have beginnings, middles, and endings...and creating endings that are filled with appreciation and joy are more possible than most of us realize. Let's take a quick peak into a couple of stories where saying good-bye was simply the end of another chapter.
Sheri Kay RDH
Hard as you may try to help your dental team members understand and appreciate your practice philosophy and vision, it sometimes becomes clear that there are gaps. One of the hidden benefits of inviting your team to create written systems is to seek and find any of these gaps...and then use them as opportunities for growth and development. When used in this
Recently when working through some yoga I expected to not be able to do a particularly challenging pose. I was amazed that it was much easier than I thought. This ease came from the fact that I had all the fundamentals down, and I was strong at those. I realized thinking about this that it works the same way with teams. Often we want to have our dental team
In the dental field we are all pretty familiar with the concept of recall for hygiene. What if this same idea could help you foster healthier relationships and better organized systems within your entire practice?? So often it believed (or is it just a wish?) that having a single conversation can resolve any issue, fix any problem, or end any