Here is your chance to see 10 top industry speakers delivering their 10 top tips at this year’s Dentistry Show in Birmingham on 28 February and 1 March.
Practice Plan and the Dentistry Show are joining forces to bring you The Business Skills Workshop Theatre packed with 10 top industry speakers ready to reveal their free 10 top tips on a host of business-themed topics to help you develop and grow your practice.
Emma John – Distinguish yourself from the competition: 10 top tips on how to stand out from the crowd
Sheila Scott – Lead your team to success: 10 top tips on how to engage and motivate your team
Ashley Latter – You are worth it: 10 top tips on how to talk about money with confidence and achieve the prices your services deserve
Kevin Rose – Open your mind: 10 top tips on how to create an entrepreneurial mindset
Laura Horton – Give your patients more reasons to say yes! 10 top tips on how to increase case acceptance and turnover
Andy McDougall – The best way to create your future is to plan: 10 top tips on affective business planning
Michael Bentley – Passion: 10 top tips on how to create ‘passion’ to transform your team
Richard Collard – Ringing the changes: 10 top tips on turning telephone enquiries into appointments
Les Jones – Market with impact: 10 top tips on how to attract new patients
Nigel Jones – Measure for measure: 10 top tips on how to create a measurement culture in your practice.
To give you a sneaky peek at what the Workshop Theatre has to offer, business consultant Sheila Scott gives us a taster of what you can expect from her sessions.
‘We all want to know how to motivate others and employee engagement has been described as the master key that unlocks employee performance.
‘I have been working with dental teams for more than 20 years and will be bringing my extensive experience of helping managers and leaders develop individual and team performance to my sessions at the Dentistry Show.
Creating an engaged team
‘Studies show that it isn’t just “the luck of the draw” when putting a team together, but excellent leadership and management qualities in managers and owners that create and develop engaged teams.
‘Great teams need great managers – managers who are clear about exactly what they need team members to do and how, and someone who coaches individuals to achieve first the necessary tasks, and then to reach their potential – a manager who goes the extra mile. It is thought to be great communication skills and individual attention that helps each team member do their jobs well and also enjoy what they do.
‘Great leaders inspire by being good people, and are also clear about the vision for the future of the practice – understanding what is to be achieved, why and how. Great leaders also really do care about each of the individuals in the team and how they feel and think about the business and its success.
Go the extra mile
‘I’ll be presenting my 10 top tips for getting the most out of your team members, sharing skills for motivating and inspiring your team and highlighting the avoidable pitfalls along the way. My session will encourage you to work towards better team engagement and you’ll find out what helps team members go the extra mile, and which management approaches you can put into place to achieve higher productivity and happiness at work.
‘Be prepared for a session that will engage, motivate and inspire you! If you’re responsible for team performance and leading your team then this is definitely the lecture for you. In fact, get it in your diary and book your place now.’
To book your place call 01691 684135, or visit www.practiceplan.co.uk/events.
Sheila will be in action on both days of the show with sessions on Friday 28 February at 12.10pm and Saturday 1 March at 2.40pm.
The full speaker programme will run on both days of the show from 10.30am – 4.00pm.
All sessions are 30 minutes long, are free to attend and attract verifiable continuous professional development.
Spaces are limited so don’t delay, book your place today.