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Achieving a top performing dental practice requires implementing the right systems, training your team, delivering outstanding customer service, developing strategies for growth and establishing powerful and sustainable foundations. Julie Parker Practice Success delivers coaching and guidance in all of these areas.
our Coaching team
Thirty years of industry experience including ten years of practice ownership.
Julie has a team-empowerment approach, instilling the principle of CANI, Constant And Never-ending Improvement, with the practices she works with.
Co-Founder, Coach, Speaker
Australasia’s Passion Provocateur.
Charles is a successful businessman, team leader, professional speaker and executive coach. His inspirational mindset facilitates powerful learnings.
Founder and Consultant of Dental Management Expertise.
Ameena brings order and improved performance through the implementation of systems and effective team management.
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When I purchased my dental practice in 2003, I quickly discovered that I was going to have to ‘step up to the plate’. What I mean is that it would no longer be acceptable to back away from the difficult conversations that I knew I had to have. I remember
Staff bonuses are becoming more common in dental practices. Bonuses are either a pre-established amount of one to several hundred dollars paid monthly, quarterly or yearly or a percentage of profits. These bonuses are offered when financial targets of the practice have been met (aka, when dental patients accept treatment plans).
It is the first day of 2020 and may I wish each of you the very best for the coming year. New Years is a wonderfully optimistic time for many people as they consider ways to make the coming year a big one! New Years Day is often used as
While performing some research for one of my clients, I found the following article by Kenneth Burke. I thought the content was worthy of sharing because the telephone habits of our dental patients are changing. The proliferation of mobile phones and the behaviours of our different generations have seen the
I have been listening to a couple of great dental podcasts this past week, both of which had the same interesting guest speaking about, among other things, stress and burnout of dentists. The guest was Dr Annalene Weston and she appeared on both Dental Head Start with Dr David Keir and Communicating Health