Our professional happiness doesn’t come from the depth of our clinical knowledge or the profitability of the practice; rather, it comes from the collective happiness of the team that we surround ourselves with on a daily basis. One crabby individual can ruin an otherwise great day, just as an inspiring and upbeat group can provide energy and positivity no matter how the rest of the day goes.

In this presentation, Dr. Gupta describes the steps, when properly implemented, that will keep your team energized, accountable, valuable, and a joy to be around.

After completing this program, your team will be able to:

• Achieve tremendous new patient increases without any investment in outside marketing

• Implement a pragmatic accountability system ensuring a motivated, happy, and personally responsible team

• Create a realistic path toward financial peace both for your private practice and at home

• Create an outstanding new patient experience, from the initial phone call, to the moment they walk through your doors, to the presentation of fees

• Understand and implement a bonus incentive program that the entire team can comprehend and follow on a daily basis

• Become a total health ‘specialist’ in your community by promoting happiness and wellness, while gaining high numbers of highly motivated and loyal new patients

• Understand the exact number of dollars the practice must collect daily in order to satisfy predictable personal and practice financial expectations

• Utilize intra-oral photography to increase case acceptance without having to invest in any ultra-fancy equipment

• Implement a 7 minute daily routine ensuring physical longevity of the back and hands

• Develop a realistic incentive based vision for your practice and dental team, along with the speci?c steps to making such a vision into a reality

 

Ankur A Gupta, DDS, started a practice from scratch in 2005. Armed with what he considered adequate dental knowledge, hand skills, and a personable demeanor, he watched as his practice floundered, finances became un-predictable, and his lower back and spirit toward his profession became worrisome. Rather than continue the trend, he made a guinea pig out of his of?ce, family, and self; attempting any and all personal and professional “experiments” in self-improvement.

 

The program includes a light dinner and 2 hours of CE.

 

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