With personalized coaching and mentoring from Dr. James Amstadt Consulting, LLC, you will learn how to develop and manage a multimillion-dollar dentistry practice. Whether you have recently earned your Doctor of Dental Surgery or Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree and are just starting out in the dental field or you are a seasoned dentist who has completed advanced continuing education courses and are looking to take your practice to the next level, Dr. Amstadt can show you how to achieve your business goals.
The best part is that Dr. Amstadt can teach you how to build and run a lucrative practice while working only three days a week, if that is your objective. Or perhaps you would just like to have more fun doing dentistry.
The Key to a Building a Lucrative Practice While Working Less
The most influential leaders in the world have a trustworthy support staff, whether the leader is the president of the United States, the chief executive officer of Google or the medical director of a hospital. To be successful, dentists require a reliable team that they can depend on to execute the responsibilities delegated to them. Without a dependable team behind him or her, the dentist will become overwhelmed with daily tasks and lose sight of the end game.
The same is true when managing a successful multimillion-dollar implant and restorative dentistry practice: You must have a trustworthy, dependable team to support you. You must learn to delegate tasks and trust your staff to execute them successfully, even when you are not in the office. Organizing your practice effectively and putting the appropriate systems into place will help the practice run smoothly in your absence. But the equation will not be complete without a support staff that is as committed to seeing your practice succeed as you are.
Characteristics of a Reliable Team
During your customized coaching sessions, Dr. Amstadt will provide sound advice about how to find and hire a reliable support staff. Ideally, your team members should:
- Share your values
- Be friendly
- Be trustworthy
- Be well organized and able to multitask efficiently
- Be able to work independently and with a team
- Demonstrate initiative
- Be able to listen to constructive criticisms and implement any needed changes
- Want to see the practice thrive, not just survive
Characteristics of an Inspiring Leader
In order to find employees with the characteristics listed above, you, as the employer, must create a working environment that is fun and inspiring. However, you must also set boundaries and realistic expectations. You will likely need to pay your team a competitive wage that motivates them to help your practice succeed, even in your absence. You will need to have faith in your team’s abilities. Most importantly, you should be the type of leader who wants to see their supporting team members grow and develop, both professionally and personally. If you are concerned about the welfare of your team members, they will be inspired to protect the welfare of your practice.
If you are ready to learn more about building a trustworthy team that will allow you to spend fewer days in the office, schedule a consultation with Dr. Amstadt. He will meet with you in person and conduct an onsite analysis of your practice while listening to your mission, business goals and budgetary concerns. Dr. Amstadt will use this information to craft a customized, results-oriented coaching program that will help you meet or exceed your practice objectives.
To schedule a consultation with Dr. Amstadt, contact his office by calling (920) 210-2149 or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org now.