As I’ve mentioned, on a few previous episodes of SYDP, I had the pleasure of speaking at and attending the Voices of Dentistry Podcast Event.
It’s not often that I go to conferences that absolutely blow me away, but I can honestly say this was one of those times.
During the event, it wasn’t long before I discovered what I can only explain as ‘superwoman’ — who was anywhere and everywhere helping making sure everyone has a great time.
Turns out superwoman, aka Ashlee Evans, was not only responsible for running a virtually flawless Voices of Dentistry Podcast event — but she has also been Dr. Mark Costes right hand woman in building the extremely successful Dental Success Institute l for the last 5 years.
After getting to know her at the event, I just knew I had to have her on the show.
We cover a ton of ground, talking about hiring, productivity, and getting the most from your team. As well as how she’s able to get a seemingly impossible amount done in her day to day life.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:
- Why you should hire for culture first.
- How to motivate and encourage your employees to get more done.
- The importance of sharing your values with your team and employees.
- 3 Things Ashlee Does With Every New Hire
- How To Build A Culture of Communication.
- The leadership qualities it takes to succeed
And much more.
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A special thanks to Ashlee for coming on the show. Building a great culture can make all the difference in your practice.. And that starts with hiring the right people and making sure you’re the best leader you can be.
As a bonus for today, Ashlee has shared a powerpoint presentation and video on how to hire effectively for your practice. If the success she’s had so far in career is an indicator, you definitely won’t want to miss it. Hiring the right way can truly make all the difference.
“Hire for culture first” – Ashlee Evans
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