Networking is the organizations that you are a part of. It maybe a dental organization or you may spend time in a community group that supports the hungry. Whichever group you choose to be a part of work to grow your standing in the organization.
Not only does being a part of an organization help build your image in the community it also helps to build your own education and learning in your field. It is easy to become stagnate when you do the same thing day in and day out. However, being a part of a professional network allows you to share new ideas with others, and it allows you to learn from other professionals in the field.
Change is a strong part of organizations and in the Book, “Leadership Every Day,” it states that the relationships within an organization are so complex that it changes the dynamics of the organization. Therefore, choose your organizations carefully. You want to be a part of an organization that is good for society, or is elite in your field.
Everyone in the office should be a part of a community organization. No matter whether you are the front office or a registered dental assistant you should still continue your learning process by being a part of a professional group. Everyone needs support to work through problems, come up with innovative strategies to help support patients or create effective procedures. Networking can help you work through these difficult situations.
Great teams take effort. Take time to work on your practice regularly to build quality communication and strengthen your results. For more information and to read other articles, please visit us at www.saltdpm.com.