Empowering Your Team


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Welcome to Episode 24 of the re-launched Dental BossLady Leadership Academy Podcast with Dr. Terri Pukanich. In today's episode we will be talking about empowering your team. We will discuss the importance of having a clear vision, mission and core values, and why setting clear expectations for your team is key. We will also touch on how to help your team set goals for themselves, and why you should have a tangible way to measure their success and a system in place for when mistakes are made. Finally, we will talk about looking inward and taking personal accountability in order to have the practice you want. All this and much more, up next.

(00:40) About the Dental BossLady Leadership Academy podcast

(04:10) Empowering your team

(06:34) Relying on your team to teach new team members

(07:30) First: Having a clear vision, mission and core values

(08:25) Setting clear expectations

(14:10) Second: Helping your team set goals for themselves

(18:05) Third: Having a tangible way for your team to measure their success

(25:25) Fourth: Having a system for when mistakes are made

(26:33) To have the practice you want, look inward and take personal accountability

(32:12) The difficulties of training

(35:00) Why having a self-managing team takes time, effort and energy

(35:40) Avoid micromanaging and be clear on your goals

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