Hey, we have a good practice… but how do we make it great? In this stimulating and informative lecture, Ryan Alexander will use his combined many years of Orthodontic management consulting experience to take you deep into the inner workings of the truly great practices and what it takes to achieve super success. The secret to getting to greatness lies in unifying the team around a common purpose, practical everyday systems, and joy in the work place. These things create the energy and momentum necessary to get to the next level of service and success.
Recognize when things are going wrong by evaluating your practice against the inner workings of the truly great orthodontic practices.
Grasp effective management and customer service systems that can help move the orthodontic practice to the next level of success.
Perceive how the highly effective team functions when they turn off the blame game and find their joy at work.
Speaker Disclosure: Consultant
Length of session: The session is scheduled for 60 minutes.
Each participant who completes the Webinar will earn 1.0 CE for the entire session.
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