We all know the importance of good, healthy communication. It’s what can make or break a friendship, cause others to be slighted by taking something the wrong way, or on the other hand it’s what can define a great long term, successful relationship.
Behind the walls of most dental practices reside dental professionals that are not always comfortable to express themselves frankly to their fellow team members or employer. Many will circumvent an issue or just not talk about it at all, but instead they create their own communication style which can be less than effective and often risky.
Take the case of the dental team member who works hard and tries her best to serve her employer and practice as a “model employee”. She loves her job, her patients, her team mates and her doctor, but is she really appreciated and most of all–do they feel the same about her?
In an attempt to get noticed and rather than bringing her concerns to the attention of her employer, she chooses to take an unconventional approach (which actually is more common than you might think). Take a look at this video and see if it looks familiar. Whether you are an employer or an employee this “dramatization” could very well hit home.
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