Practice manager's toolkit for growth – part 2

Wed 19 June 2024 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Practice manager's toolkit for growth – part 2

In this second session, we will focus on the developmental pathway of front office team members.

We will strategise and workshop new ways of helping them become highly trained advocates for your business. We will do this by working through three key skills: patient communication, answering the telephone and asking for referrals.

Learn how to

  • identify a development pathway for each administration team members and create an action plan to assist their growth 
  • use internal marketing tools to grow the dental practice
  • increase the conversion of ‘shopper phone calls’ into loyal patients
  • grow dental practice and ensure it has robust systems for communicating with patients.

Presented by Dr Toni Surace

CPD hours: 3 Non-clinical hours

RSVP by 12/06/2024. 

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Dr Toni Surace 

Dr Surace graduated from Melbourne University in 1995 and is an international presenter, high performance coach, trainer and author.  Dr Surace is the Managing Director of Momentum Management, where she works with dentists across Australia helping them become more efficient, more organised and improve their communication with patients and their teams. She also teaches leadership and confidence.

Dr Surace has a background in positive psychology and emotional intelligence combined with neurolinguistic programming. She uses her skills to help dentists become more resilient, handle stress, and achieve a good balance of work and life. Dr Surace is a huge advocate of mental health in the dental profession. After suffering her own personal battles with mental health, she is very open to discuss coping mechanisms, and to bringing awareness to the signs and symptoms of mental health disease.


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