You’ve sat at team meetings, waiting hopefully for their ideas to be shared and the next morning your overhear a conversation about the fact that “nothing ever changes around here”!
We’ve been there too and we have the solution. Sometimes you need external perspective and that’s why we run this programme, to help you create followers.
£1625 including VAT
Our experienced coaches will guide you to create a compelling way for your team to be inspired, follow you and come up with ideas that will improve your dental practice.
It’s difficult to apply the structure for a normal business to dentistry.That’s because operations, production and the CEO are likely to be the same person! These roles work in opposition, providing a source of great frustration, and are why great leadership is critically important.
But as a leader how do you create followers and why would somebody choose to follow you? Great leaders start with asking ‘why’. If you’re not clear on this, and not communicating it, why should anybody follow you?
People only buy ‘why’ you do it. That’s why you can tell people what to do and how to behave, but until they understand you and ‘why’ you’re asking, nothing will ever really change. Creating your ‘why’ and knowing how to communicate is leadership.
During the first half-day workshop we will help you to define your motivations, objectives and your vision for your dental business. By applying powerful analysis techniques, and providing potentially harsh feedback, together we’ll define a clear way forward. And, once you finally understand ‘why’, we will empower you with the essentials of good leadership, allowing you to make business issues so exciting that everybody in your team will want to solve them!
Working with you and your team, this second half day workshop will help you communicate a clear motivation for change and facilitate exercises with your team that inspire and capture their ideas to improve your dental business, the services you provide and the experience of the patients that you serve.
“Nothing ever changes around here!” is a thing of the past.