Your ideal team. There may be a need to discuss the idea with the current workforce. Some might get enthusiastic, and some might decide not to participate. Do not worry. Any team member who goes away, it is an opportunity to recruit a new member who’s aligned closely with the vision of the company.
3. Involve The Team In Making Decisions
The team must feel their opinion is important. Give them a level of influence and the power to make several decision. Ask them to decide on minor issues that aren’t likely to impact the practice in the event there is a crisis. If a team feels respected for their work is more likely to be connected and energized.
4. Act as an agent for the process of change
People always resist change at first. Once they are aware of the reason behind dental procedures and their motivations However, their excitement and participation will grow. Be sure to help them appreciate both the large and small image, and don’t interpret their opposition to changes as a rebellion against the new leadership.
This video provides tips on how to operate a dental practice that is profitable that was purchased from another dentist. However, they need vision that can inspire the team members and inspires their employees to accept change.