Monthly Archives: November 2016

5 things we wish we had known after dental school

When you graduate school and after you have entered into your professional field, is there anything that you wish you had known? A pair of dentists speak about the five things that they wish they had known after dental school. You want to be sure to create boundaries between patients and yourself for starters. To learn the other tips that they wish that they had known, read more here.

5 things we wish we had known after dental school

The Factors That Lead To Optimal Teamwork

Million Dollar PPO Coaching and Consulting focuses on improving five factors: clinical skills, systems, technology, marketing – and teamwork. On teamwork, Million Dollar PPO finds that often, individuals within a team will be hesitant to collaborate on projects or delegate responsibility out of fear that doing so would result in a weaker quality of work. This hesitance is borne out of a lack of trust and respect. “Cross-doing,” allowing employees to use the full breadth of their skills, and open dialogue help organizations achieve their goals.

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Why You Need to Get Rid of the ‘Bozos’ in Your Office

When you work in an office, the morale of the entire office is really important. The truth is the morale or attitude set forth by the company sets the tone for the entire office. Even if these attitude problems are some of the hardest workers in the office, they tend to negatively affect others in the office. Knowing when to let an employee go for the sake of others is an important part of management.

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How To Use Technology To Improve Customer Relationships

If you own a business do you find that you need to use technology more often? Have you also found that you need to improve your customer relationship? If this sounds like you then you want to take a closer look at a few things including how you can use that technology to improve your customer relationship. To learn more, check out this article where you can learn how to build that relationship through their means of convenience.

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