Fostering Dental Team Culture Plan
Fostering Dental Team Culture well requires a solid plan. And that’s one of the many reasons to consider the purchase of my Dental Practice Operations Manual here.
Because I truly have the plan all laid out for you within the operations manual download. It is fully pre-built and ready to customize and make your own.
Practice Vision & Core Values
Document your practice vision and core values within the first pages of my Dental Practice Operations Manual.
Then, add the doctor’s photo and some important things to the leading dentist. Lead by example. Use this tool to design, document, and direct your practice effectively.
Define Roles & Responsibilities
Everyone on the team needs to now who does what. And who to go to if there is a question or concern.
The Dental Practice Operations Manual leads you through the setup of this process too. Plus, you can update this practice document with ease anytime you need to.
Foster Dental Team Culture With Solid Systems
Then, be sure each system and process is documented. Tell your team how to do those things you need them to do!
Onboarding new team members and training time is greatly reduced with solid process and system documentation.
Also included within my Dental Practice Operations Manual and included training resources.
Fostering Dental Practice Culture With Communication
Open team communication is a huge piece in our establishing our team culture. Leadership must be willing to listen and take action where necessary.
We can keep open lines of communication through three consistent practices:
- Daily Morning Huddles
- Weekly Business Meetings
- Annual Employee Reviews
Want to step up your peer communication and team building skills? Take an employee to lunch once a month!
Rotate through your team and schedule a lunch where you treat your employee to lunch and just really listen to them as a person. You’ll be so glad you did!
Celebrate Practice Wins
Mark and celebrate daily, weekly and monthly goals. Speak openly about your production, collection, and new patient goals. And share why these are important to you as an individual and to the practice.
Reward the team for a job well done. Ask your team what they need to have to reach goals as far as training, tools, technologies. And then, what they might enjoy most as a reward.
Have Fun Doing It!