The circular refresh arrow next to the url address box on the top of every computer screen is a marvelous concept. One tap of the mouse and instantly the latest, most updated version of the link you’re viewing appears! If only it were that simple and effortless to refresh our business, or our lives.
The refresh arrow makes change seem easy. In reality it can be overwhelming and even paralyzing. We know we need to update and progress, and yet we still find ways to avoid change and maintain the comfort of what we have always done, or what we have always known. People drive themselves to the brink of failure desperate to avoid the need to change. The pain of “the same” has to become much greater for some than the pain of “the change.”
Working with doctors at Hayden Education as a trainer and a coach, and helping them integrate digital technology into their offices, I came to recognize a huge need for change in most of the practices I saw. Many needed to reframe the overall brand and identity of their business. Most needed to develop their own leadership skills and the skills of key team members to realize the full potential of their practices. Improving communication, hiring for a cultural fit in the office and then effectively training new team members, finding the right associate, and structuring project plans with timelines and priorities to get things done were all much needed practice growth initiatives. When doctors decide to grow, they benefit greatly from the support of a change management facilitator and practice coach.
Refreshdental was created to answer this question for dental practitioners: “ok I’m ready to go, now how do I get there?” Once we’ve clarified and defined goals and vision I can mentor and lead everyone more comfortably and effectively to change. With the enthusiasm, commitment and experience I offer, your ability to change, innovate and grow just got a lot easier! We can customize a practice growth solution that is specifically created for you and then click that refresh for your business.
(photo credit MarionRM)