Want to achieve greater success? You are in the right place!
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.
What our clients say...
“I don’t know where my practice would be without our JPPS subscription. It has directed us to build the foundations and systems for the practice where we are now growing every day.”
Dr P.W. Mornington Peninsula
“I would definitely say that working with Julie Parker was phenomenal.The main advantage is the accessibility.I can bombard any questions at any time and I get a detailed reply ASAP. That gives me the confidence of having someone along to rely on . It’s not money based nor like depending on a commercial enterprise. I would highly recommend all the dentists who have a clinic or planning to purchase a clinic definitely work alongside Julie Parker.”
Dr Cherian Thomas, Wagga Wagga
Julie's latest blogs
If you are a resident of Melbourne, or have recently visited the southern state of Victoria, you will know that it is COLD! I have just arrived back from my regular hour-long walk with numb hands and face from the icy winds that have been our outdoors for some weeks
Reputation is important to dental practice success. Your practice’s reputation is both what your patients say about you (if positive, then more new patients visit you) and also what keeps or repels your patients from future visits. But what about your personal reputation? Despite many believing that you should not
A colleague recently asked me online how to gauge job satisfaction. Given my years in the dental industry working in various roles and speaking to others through my practice coaching work, I wrote the following response. I thought you’d find it helpful. To experience job satisfaction I believe these six
There is much talk nowadays about the legal bases on which dentists are employed in Australia. In my early days of working in dental practices, and when I employed dentists myself during the 10 years I owned my own practice, the ‘norm’ was to bring a dentist in as a
Clinical team members know too well what it is like to work with a grumpy practitioner or assistant. It’s awful! The signs are obvious. A brooding expression, demanding rather than asking, short-tempered, low tolerance and the absence of any humour. The occasional irritable mood can be forgiven. Life in the
To be the best leader, you need: · to establish a COMPELLING vision; · to be supportive and act as a mentor; · to help find the answers to the important questions; and · to inspire and motivate team members. To be the best practitioner, receptionist or assistant, you need: · to be efficient, productive and have