Category Archives: Leadership

Create a User’s Manual about Yourself for your Team

We’ve written before about using employee agreements to clarify expectations between the practice and the dental team. So we were interested when we read on The Build Network about a corporate strategist who developed a one-page user’s manual to help his new employees understand how to work with him effectively. Check out the original post for a series… Read More »

Negative Feedback and the Performance Review

It’s December and for many organizations, that means performance reviews and appraisals. If you are the boss, this might be the time of year when you provide feedback to your team. And if you are an employee, this might be the time when you are on the receiving end of an evaluation. Over at the Fast Company blog,… Read More »

Let’s Talk about Barbecue

The Kansas City Barbeque Society reports that Kansas City has more barbecue restaurants per capita than any other American city. Apart from the delightful fact that there is such a thing as a barbecue society, this information is important to you for two reasons:  A person who has enjoyed some barbecue is a person who will soon be… Read More »

Preparing for the Worst — Disaster Recovery

Preparing for the Worst — Disaster Recovery   We have been working on the next issue of ADA New Dentist News and one of the pieces is about the importance of disaster preparedness.   An electrical outage is usually just an inconvenience. But if the power was down for an extended period in your community, would that impact… Read More »

Ready to Take your New Dentist Committee to the Next Level?

Whether you are looking for a basic workshop to get off to a good start, or an advanced workshop, customized to meet your group’s needs, an ADA New Dentist Committee Workshop can help you elevate your connection to new dentists to the next level! Both the basic and advanced workshops are designed for current and prospective members of… Read More »