A dental practice, like all other businesses, is forever undergoing an inevitable change. These changes could be either self-inflicted or imposed upon you, planned or unplanned. A team member leaving or arriving is a change in the team dynamics. The introduction of a new treatment changes how you promote that treatment. New regulations are a change in how you […]
If you are going to successfully navigate your business post-covid, then you need to redirect your focus on some critical essentials. Your focused activities need to remain on your growth strategies. Whilst much has changed in our world some principles still remain the bedrock of a thriving practice. The only difference is that in the post-covid era, the manner in which we conduct these essentials is slightly different. Discover the 5 key essential focus areas post covid.
The two elements that are going to sustain you back into profitability is cash and cash flow. As your practice restarts, you are going to have to generate enough revenues to give you this turnaround of business and stimulate the cash flow. Discover the best ways to do this.
Sometimes shifts in businesses are seismic and sometimes they are subtle. But one thing is for sure that despite this there are certain important fundamentals that never change. As a result, you should always be working to strengthen these aspects so that you are in the best position ever to take on whatever life throws at you. Curious to find out what they are?
As we all return to practice with our staff and our patients, it is important to recognise that Change, no matter how big or small, for most people is generally very difficult. The most significant Change for all of us is navigating our dentistry with Covid-19 and the associated new clinical protocols. In such uncertain times we need to be as clear in our communication as we possibly can. Here are a few tips that can help you.
During this difficult realm of uncertainty, there has been a rise in the negative psychological impact of being in dentistry. This is true for all team personnel and patients alike that are involved in a dental practice. There has been much talk of anxiety and looming stress of the unknown or the imminent future. As a result, the Scientific Committee of the BAPD has introduced a white paper that you may find useful.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has brought with it a storm of imminent changes that have assaulted our very way of life. As we slowly navigate through the uncertainties, it is increasingly becoming clear to us that we are going to have to contend with the consequences. The question then lies is - how are we going to manage these changes so that we afford the most minimal of damages and re-build our businesses to once again thrive?
Today marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week. As a person who has suffered from Anxiety Disorder myself for many years and finally learnt to overcome and manage it, I feel that I can contribute in some small way to helping those that may find themselves in an uncomfortable place.