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Monday, July 29, 2013

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Batteries Not Included: The Keys to Successfully Assembling and Empowering a Highly Motivated Team

Dr. Ed Suh

Dr. Suh is fast becoming a recognized name in the field of contemporary dentistry. His down to earth, real life approach to systematically implementing contemporary techniques into the private practice is what has made him highly sought after as a speaker. From esthetic principles to simplifying complex adhesive protocols to streamlined practice management, the topics covered are true to life and have resulted in many success stories across the country and internationally.  He was the former Clinical Director at the Nash Institute for Dental Learning, an adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina University's AEGD residency, Board member of Contemporary Product Solutions, serves as a Key Opinion Leader for numerous dental manufacturers, and an international speaker and author.  He has most recently accepted a position as a Regional Director and Clinical Instructor at the Las Vegas Institute for Dental Learning


We all recognize and understand the importance of a highly functioning dental team so why do we struggle so much with our team?  Why do team members struggle with the Dentist, if we all have the same goals?  Dentists and team members come ready, willing and open to recognize the roles that each of us play in both the success and failures of a highly functioning dental office.  This will prove to be a valuable lesson for all involved and an important reminder of the roles that each of us play to be one of the best in our field.

Learning Objectives: 
Understand and define different leadership roles in the dental setting
What role do team members play in developing a high functioning dental office
Recognizing and overcoming major obstacles in running an efficient dental team.
Great teams take effort. Take time to work on your practice regularly to build teamwork and strengthen your results. For more information and to read other articles, please visit us at www.saltdpm.com.    

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