Matching behavioral styles to job descriptions
Our behavioral tendencies can significantly affect the areas of responsibility in which we are most likely to be successful within a dental practice. Most prevalent in our field are those that are strong caregivers who are interested in taking care of others, being accepted, being appreciated, and basically not wanting to make any trouble. With this in mind, consider our various strengths when it comes to verbal skills, organizational skills, and the “desire” to lead.
Often an owner/dentist will recognize a team member that is exceptionally good as a dental assistant. “She’s kind, dedicated, loves my patients and really is committed to what she does as far as assisting me in the day-to-day procedures that I offer my patients.” The doctor/employer is quick to recognize the valuable assets his dental assistant delivers to his patients and his practice and is ready to celebrate all…
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