Here are the questions top recruiters are asking! When you’re interviewing candidates for open positions in your practice, what kind of questions are you asking? Are the questions you ask giving you insight into how the candidate will communicate and handle their roles and responsibilities? There are many questions that interviewers ask. Some are pretty straightforward
Dentists, Hardware Stores, and MarketingEvery once in a while, I like to change things up a bit and look outside of dentistry to help me communicate with my clients. A frequent question I hear a lot is: “Where should I buy my next practice.” Unfortunately, there isn’t just a simple answer.The Challenge:The dental industry has
Talk to any branding expert, and they’ll tell you the significance of color in influencing your market. Unfortunately, many dentists aren’t aware that the success of their dental marketing campaign relies heavily on the ideal color scheme. Why Is Dental Branding So Important? For most dental owners, branding refers to tangible items such as logos,
Sitting in an office with no windows and an old computer screen, Elena felt claustrophobic and nervous. Amy was an employee she valued and couldn’t lose. As the office manager, she was responsible for helping with annual reviews, but today the doctor decided to “let her handle it.” Amy was a loyal employee, but lately,
If you want to attract elite team members, make it about yourself. The struggle was real for Dr. Cary. Having five pediatric practices in a rural part of the state made it hard for him to attract elite talent. Like everyone else, he needed hygienists and associates that would stick around longer than six months.
What Values Should Your Employees Have? When it comes to keeping the right people on your team, the most important step is to identify what they value. It’s easy to get caught up in how proficient a person is at their job and overlook their lack of passion or values. A good example of this
Hiring an associate can be a very painful process. Trying to find somebody who is not only clinically good is hard. I talked to a lot of dentists that don’t want somebody right out of dental school.Well, that goes back to “Do you have a clinical development program”?.If you’ve got multi locations, you should definitely
Are your dental practices transactional or relationship-based? Being a healthcare provider these days means having to see a lot of patients. There are a lot of factors that make it difficult for dental practices to give their patients the time they would like to. But there are some great ways to make those appointments valuable.
How to Retain Associate Dentists This article is for practice owners that would like guidance on how to retain associate dentists. If you rely on associates to be high producers and help run your offices, it can be troubling when they abruptly leave. There’s a lot of reasons an associate might leave, but it’s easier
When should you hire a dental associate? How far ahead should you plan on hiring an associate? Again, a lot of this might go back to the economics of it. Right? When is a good time to actually money wise do this that comes down to you, and how much you’re willing to work? I