As dental practice owners, we can gain insight from Jobs’ approach to forming teams and steering them to success. He was a master at bringing together and managing groups that could bring his ideas to fruition. He held that the best items were produced by design experts, engineers, and marketers who worked together and had the same objectives. 

We’ll examine how those of us in the dental industry can utilize Jobs’ lessons on teamwork in our practice. We’ll also go over some of the missteps to avoid, and discuss how to cultivate a constructive, considerate work environment where your team can shine.

In this episode, I discuss why single-location dental practice owners should take wisdom from a $2.413 Trillion company.

  • So if you want to anticipate patient needs and deliver personalized care. . .
  • If you want to be a dentist who sees things differently. . .
  • If you want to create an extraordinary brand that separates you from other dental practices so that you can have the cash flow and lifestyle you’re proud of…

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Key Quotes:

  • “Everything that you do should be focused on creating an exceptional experience. It’s how you differentiate. It’s how you decommoditize. It’s how you get out of some of these crummy insurance networks that are insulting you with their reimbursements.”
  • “By creating products that are simple, elegant, and easy to use, Jobs was able to create technology that truly enhanced people’s lives.”
  • “We really want the brand to create trust and relationships before we have a chance to interact with these patients.”
  • “Our job is to hire the best team we can find and then invest in their training and development.”
  • “One of the keys to Job’s success as a communicator was the ability to distill very, very complex ideas into simple concepts that anyone could understand.”

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