Secrets of Practice Success

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Sahalie Press, Feb 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 140 pages
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By now you've realized that generating a successful dental practice has little to do with technical excellence. You have to know how to lead, manage, own and market. This book addresses the most common problems you confront in your business every day, providing insights and recommendations to help you build a more successful and personally satisfying practice. The book is divided into four sections; Ownership, Leadership, Management, and Marketing. Each section has numbers of questions posed by dentists along with the Dr. Cooper's responses. If you are like the dentists who have read this material, you will find these answers open new avenues for success and satisfaction unlike any other practice management information.
 

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Contents

Why Am I Still Suffering in My Practice
8
The Employee Bonus Bombshell
16
How Do I Get Projects Done
22
LEADERSHIP
29
How Do I Know if Im Doing a Vision Right
37
Ive Lost My Passion
44
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Jackson is Director of the Shakespeare Institute and Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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