Dr. Kathryn Alderman on Making Your Practice a People-Centric Business
A willingness to change is vital to survival for dental practices. But how does your dental team respond to change? What does their response say about the kind of changes you want to implement? How can you build a growth-minded team or help your current team become more open to change?
When it comes to running a successful and truly people-centric business, it can be hard to know the right time and manner to introduce new changes.
In this interview, Dr. Kathryn Alderman shares some valuable, insightful and actionable steps dental practice owners can take to roll out changes at the right time and in the right way.
Dr. Alderman and I have a fantastic exchange of complementary ideas in this episode of The Patient First Podcast. We also compare the benefits of hiring people with a change-welcoming mindset versus training current team members to adapt quickly to changes in the practice.
I’m Dr. Bryan Laskin, author, dentist and fellow entrepreneur with a shared passion for helping dentists build the practice of their dreams.
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