Thriving Dentist MBA Workshops
– The 10 Elements of A Thriving Practice! –
A workshop developed by Gary Takacs to help dentists create their ideal dental practice and achieve the personal, professional, and financial satisfaction they deserve by providing clarity on what they need to focus on along with a plan for the necessary action steps.
Use Code: DFDMBA
(50% Discount offered by Thriving Dentist)
When: September 19th, 20th and 21st
Time: 7 PM – 10 PM EST
This course shall explore 10 specific core areas that can be attributed to the established success as observed of top dental practices in the US today. The objective of this course is to provide dental practice owners, dentists, team members the tools, systems & resources to build towards a thriving & profitable dental practice.
The Workshop will also illustrate the progress made by Gary Takacs’ ventures in his 40 years of dental practice management & coaching and, his discoveries in what works best by implementing, testing & growing his own practice as he built it up to one of the leading dental practices today.
In this workshop you will learn about:
- The foundation & systems that need to be established within your practice
- How to face common challenges in your practice with real-life examples
- How to set goals with a proper action plan for your practice!
Your Registration Includes;
- 9 Hours Of CE!
- Digital Workbook inculcated with the 10 elements
- 1 After-Hour Q&A Session where you get to ask Gary questions
Who Is This Workshop For:
- Dentists, Associate Dentists & Dental Practice Team Members
Earn CE Credits While You Grow Your Practice
All speakers must disclose to the audience any proprietary, financial, or other personal interest of any nature or kind, in any product, service, source and/or company, or in any firm beneficially associated therewith that will be discussed or considered during their presentation. The Thriving Dentist Inc does not view the existence of these interests or uses as implying bias or decreasing the value to participants. It is important for the participants to form their own judgment about each presentation, and you are cautioned about the potential risks of using limited knowledge when integrating new techniques into your practice.