Dental Office Management and Leadership Tips and Ideas for January 2022

Dental Office Management and Leadership Tips and Ideas for January 2022

Hello Friends,

December is a great time to find and create opportunities for growth in the New Year. Make your action plan for any wanted and needed improvements to your office including setting your production, collection, treatment, continuing education, new patient, administrative time, and happiness goals for the new year.

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”  – Don Millman

What are your practice goals for 2022? I would love the opportunity to work along with you and your team to help you set and exceed your practice goals. If you would like to schedule a no-obligation, complimentary consultation to learn how our coaching program works, please email me at bhaydenconsulting@gmail.com.

Dental Office Management and Leadership Tips & Ideas for January 2022

Insurance Renewals: Many of your patients’ dental insurance maximums renew on January 1. Phone, text, and/or email your patients with a friendly reminder of their renewed benefits and encourage them to make a reservation to come in for their hygiene wellness visit or to get started on their unscheduled treatment needs with the doctor. Include reminders on your social media pages.

Unscheduled Patients Do you know how many of your active patients are scheduled for appointments and how many are unscheduled? Now is a good time to find out. It doesn’t do any good to have active patients if they’re not scheduled for a future appointment. Make plans to reach out to all your unscheduled patients and invite them to schedule an appointment for their hygiene visit or if they have unscheduled treatment plans.

Office Appearance:

National Clean Off Your Desk Day: Jan. 10th ~ Clutter represents indecision. Make the decision to get rid of the clutter! That includes any sticky notes attached to computer monitors, coats/sweaters hanging on the backs of chairs, and carry-out drink containers sitting out on the counters. While you’re at it, go ahead and attack the cabinets, counters, & closets. Say goodbye to the clutter!

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Boost Team Morale/Attitudes:

January is National Soup Month – Each week a doctor and/or team member can bring in a crock pot of homemade soup to share with the team for lunch. (For example, Warm Up Wednesdays ) – Be sure to share photos and recipes on your social media pages.

Fun at Work Day: Jan. 28th – Schedule a fun team building activity, games or contest for the team. Be sure to share the fun on your social media platforms.

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National Compliment Day: Jan. 24th ~ Compliment your doctor(s) and/or team when you catch them doing something “right”. Compliments boost morale.  (Tip: You don’t need a special day to do this – you always want to compliment & reward the behavior and actions that you want to see more of. ) See Why Gratitude Matters

Do not delay, put down on paper all of your thoughts and plans to make 2022 a better year for you, your team, your patients, and your practice. Do include your team in this plan, ask them what their ideas are to make 2022 a more productive and happier year for all.

Instead of trying to change your entire practice in January, the simpler strategy is to create a 12-month plan where you and your team are making constant improvements.

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Yours for Greater Success,

~Betty (Dental Coach)

I Can’t Do It!

I Can’t Do It!

Hello Friends,

Do you ever feel like you just “can’t” do it? Perhaps there are times when you feel like my daughter, Savannah did here in this video while trying to learn to hula hoop (while wearing high heels)…

Savannah in her frustration said “I can’t do it” – We all have at one time felt this way or maybe we’re feeling that way now.

But, was that really true, was she doomed to never master the hula hoop? Not at all, she just couldn’t hula hoop “yet”.

Yet is an optimistic word that means “in the future”, for example, the best is yet to come. 

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Approach each day in your practice with the growth mindset that, the best is yet to come. So maybe your patient feels like they can’t accept your treatment plan yet, or you’re struggling with reaching your production, collection, and scheduling goals, or like many offices right now you’re struggling to find and retain employees, this doesn’t mean that you will never reach your goals or your patient will never accept the treatment, or that you’ll never find excellent employees, it just means, more time and or effort are required.

This was true for Savannah – She can hula hoop!

Your patient hasn’t said yes, yet. You haven’t reached your goals, yet. You don’t have your dream team, yet. However, the best is yet to come.

Add yet to your mindset and your challenges become an opportunity to learn, grow and improve. Remember, with dedication and hard work, success follows. You CAN Do It!

Do you know what else will help you learn, grow and improve? My complimentary monthly dental coaching, practice management, and marketing ideas. Take a second and sign up today. If you prefer, send me (bhaydensulting@gmail.com) your email address and I will send you an invitation to subscribe. This way, you won’t miss a single idea! 

Doctors, I may not be the best person to teach you how to hula hoop but I do know how to successfully help dental teams work together to create and implement wonderful systems to grow and improve their dental practice – if you’ve wondered what it might be like to work with me and what coaching is all about… please feel free to reach out to me to schedule a complimentary, no-obligation coaching call at bhaydenconsulting@gmail.com.

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Yours for Greater Success,

~Betty (Dental Coach)

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YET and your Dental Practice

Hello Friends,

“The power of the magic word yet reminded everyone that learning new things is challenging, no one is expected to be an expert immediately, and with dedication and hard work, success follows.” Powerful words taken from a book I’m reading called, MINDSETS for Parents by Mary Cay Ricci and Margaret Lee.

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What does the power of yet have to do with your dental practice? Yet is an optimistic word that means “in the future”, for example, the best is yet to come. Approach each day in your practice with the growth mindset that, the best is yet to come. So maybe your patient can’t accept your treatment plan today, or you’re struggling with reaching your production, collection and scheduling goals, this doesn’t mean that you will never reach your goals or your patient will never accept the treatment, it just means, more time and or effort are required. Your patient hasn’t said yes, yet. You haven’t reached your goals, yet. However, the best is yet to come.

Add yet to your mindset and your challenges become an opportunity to learn, grow and improve. Remember, with dedication and hard work, success follows.

You know what else will help you learn, grow and improve? My free monthly dental practice management and marketing ideas. Take a second and sign up today. If you prefer, send me (bhaydensulting@gmail.com) your email address and I will send you an invitation to subscribe. This way, you won’t miss a single idea! 

Please share my blog with your dental friends.

Yours for Greater Success,

~Betty

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