Sometimes it’s difficult to determine where the “strength” in a team originates. Not everyone is assertive or would necessarily be considered a “groundbreaker”, but that doesn’t mean that a great dental team can’t maintain a healthy balance of the “doers” and the “ followers”.
The key to the success of a team is that everyone recognizes the strengths and challenges we all have. They don’t look down upon those that may struggle in certain areas, but instead celebrate the talents that do shine in all of us. It’s a matter of being able to support each other and pick up the slack for those on the team that lack the abilities that others might possess. A well-rounded, efficient team learns how to work effectively by utilizing the gifts in each other.
Examples might be:
- One of the clinical dental assistants is extremely proficient…
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