There are certain gaps or spaces where things could be better in a dental practice. Eric Roman identified these gaps and realized that these could be transformed with a little bit of effort. His passion is now creating dentists who are great leaders who are able to encourage high-performance cultures in their dental practices. 

To create a high-performance culture, dentists have to support and empower team members. This helps dentists grow their practice and achieve their expected practice goals! 

Do you also want to create a high-performance culture in your practice? Listen to this episode and find out how to do that.

3 Value Takeaways

  1. Creating leaders in dentistry – The dentists have to be great leaders. The dentist can truly grow the dental practice by having good leadership skills because then they can influence their team to align their effort with practice goals.
  2. High-performance culture – A high-performance culture encourages team members to do their best and focus on goal achievement. In this episode, you will learn how to create a high-performance culture in your dental practice.
  3. Consistency – You cannot achieve practice goals if team members are not consistent. With consistency, you can easily create an award-winning dental practice. Learn how to maintain consistency in your practice by listening to this episode.

Shownotes

  • 00:01:27 – One system that solves practice problems
  • 00:08:28 – Growing through pain
  • 00:12:15 – Managing people in your practice
  • 00:13:20 – Culture is expensive
  • 00:14:40 – Culture affects the dentist

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