Leading and thriving in a dental practice could be difficult. Yes, as a matter of fact, the nuances of managing patients, maintaining professionalism in the office, hiring the right people for full time jobs and all the nutty-gritty of business management can take its toll on you resulting in disillusion and anxiety. Yet, in spite of this seemingly difficult situation, so many dentists have gone on to build successful dental careers. I guess there’s something they did differently which you would like to know right?
If your response is yes, then this blog post is for you. We have distilled and summarized their nuggets into actionable tips you can start implementing today that will eventually lead to your success.
Getting hired begins with the candidates's will to put word out for a job search. This could be done by looking for jobs online, word of the mouth, watching out for press release etc. Perhaps you seek endodontist jobs, oral surgeon jobs or even pediatric dentist jobs and you’ve been invited for a one-on-one dental interview after application on the online job listing. You are thrilled and at the same time a jot of apprehension is creeping up your spine. This could be it --- an excellent start for your career. What do you do? How do you go about preparing to smash this interview after a herculean _b...
This article originally appeared in the Spring 2013 edition of Profitable Practice Magazine @ www.profitable-practice.com.
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What is the first thing that comes to mind when considering the associate/principal hiring process? Overwhelmingly, I have found that the common answer to this question is frustration. Dentists are fortunate to have bucked the universal unemployment trend due to their specific training and demand – yet the hiring process has remained static, inconsistent, and inefficient, leading to frustration for both associates and principals.
Since the Internet reached mass adoption, hiring processes have been integrated into the ebb and flow of online environments. The Internet provides increased transparency and accountability, something every employee and employer should intrinsically desire.
It is only in relatively recent times that the Internet really began attracting a diverse mass audi...