Boost your Efficiency with These 3 Tips | Dental Business Coach

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How can your business be improved? Are you able to complete meetings and projects on time? Is there no solution in sight for the days that seem to drag on? 

Improving efficiency is the most effective way to resolve this issue. Practices can take several steps to improve their efficiency in all areas. Consider the following three suggestions shared by our dental office consultant.  

  1. Promote face-to-face interactions

Employees think that sending an email or chatting on Google would be more efficient than walking up to their coworkers’ desks. On the other hand, speaking directly with someone allows you to generate solutions more quickly. A 2-minute conversation can answer a question more efficiently than dozens of emails exchanged between individuals.

  1. Streamline the process of interruptions

The process of beginning a task again after being interrupted can take a few minutes. Each day, employees should block out a few hours of work to limit distractions and allow them to focus on their work. Rather than scheduling meetings throughout the week, schedule all appointments on one day. Using apps and tools to stay interruption-free can help you avoid email notifications clutter.

  1. Manage your projects  

Email is widely used by businesses to stay on top of projects. However, email can be lost and unread as a result. A management software tool is used as a better way to communicate and keep track of progress. 

If your practice is struggling to run smoothly, there are simple solutions you can implement. Face-to-face meetings can speed up the problem-solving process. Block off-work time on your schedule to limit interruptions that may slow down your work. Furthermore, project management software keeps everyone up to date on the progress of a project. 

What else can we help you with? Please schedule an appointment with our dental speaker today.

Theresa F. Narantic, Inc
Phone: (855) 929-2555

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