There is a benefit to being transparent with your team. When you share with your team then they feel more engaged and they also feel more trusted, but how far should you go with transparency of the business?
Sandy Pardue fills us in on what we should share with our teams, what should specific team members know and focus on, and what we should ALWAYS keep private.
We also discuss how to set good supply numbers, production/ collection numbers, payroll percentages, and what each position/ team member should be tracking.
Have you ever wondered what your team really thinks of you as a leader? If not, you should.
Sandy Pardue talks to us exactly how we can become a better leader for our employees.
She also lets us know how we can become friends with our team members but still keep that high level of respect that you need.
We also discuss what should we do if you are short staffed and you decide to delegate even MORE responsibilities to a team member, how you should delegate this and what you can do for the team member so that they don't burn out.
Not every single re-care appointment will show up exactly when they are supposed to. This sucks because it also leads you to try and market more for new patients. So step back a bit and build a system to improve your reactivation process.
In this episode Sandy Pardue gives us a proven system that will drastically improve your reactivation process.
Two things you want to do:
1. Look right now at your analytics/ software and see how many existing patients in your practice need a cleaning... today!
2. Listen to the podcast to hear what number 2 is (;
This is a proven system that will bring back 9-19% of existing patients who need a cleaning or more!
It’s a perfect time to reset your practice management style. Remember that nothing stays the same, so you shouldn't either.
Here are the 12 Best Practices Sandy discusses with detail: