Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald discuss ways to effectively develop your team If you ever played a team sport, you likely appreciate the necessity of coaching. A coach is that person who, like an orchestra’s conductor, keeps the team synchronized and harmonized. Coaches are the people who understand everyone’s individual and necessary contribution …Read Column
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In looking back, most of us felt that last year was a roller coaster ride. We got shoved into that buggy, fastened our seat belts, and hung on. Dentists hurtled around all of the new rules and regulations that were unveiled each day. You skidded around corners that held unknown aerosol dangers, careened past roadblocks …Read Column
I’ve had the opportunity to speak with many residency classes over the past year, and I am struck by how the new generation of endodontists is so different. Due to the unbelievable level of education debt they carry (and the nearly prohibitive level of additional debt that comes with a practice acquisition), recent new endodontists …Read Column
Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald discuss how leaders need to create a compelling vision Much of our work at Line of Sight Coaching revolves around leadership development and creating optimal practice cultures. We believe that optimal organizational cultures are the byproduct of effective leadership. This is not to say that poor leadership does …Read Column
Here comes summer — we’re already halfway through the year, and many of us have hit the ground running into 2021 — a robust reboot of the “Roaring 20s!” During this past year, we have all had plenty of time to think about our personal and professional lives, what works and what needs to be …Read Column
Writing in Dentistry Today in 2008, L. Stephen Buchanan relates a conversation he had with renowned prosthodontist Carl Reider.1 Reider is quoted as saying that “he [Reider] would prefer it if the endodontist could just suck the dying pulp out of the tooth without removing any dentin.” Buchanan continues, “He [Reider] made that paradigm-shifting statement …Read Column