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Be a leader in your dental practice! Discover the myths about leadership, keys to effective decision making, time management tips, and more!

Be a leader in your dental practice! Discover the myths about leadership, keys to effective decision making, time management tips, and more!

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  • 1.
    • Cathy Jameson
    • Jameson Management, Inc.
    • 877.369.5558
    • [email_address]
    LEADERSHIP }
  • 2.
    • YOU
    • are a
    • leader!
  • 3. Myths About Leadership
    • Leaders are born
    • Leaders have defined qualities
    • Leaders in one situation must be leaders in other situations
    • Leadership can only be developed by experience
    • Leadership is not a popularity contest
  • 4. What Leadership is Not
    • Knowing how to do a job = LABOR
    • Showing others = TEACHER
    • Making sure work/project is completed by others = MANAGER
  • 5.
    • “ Inspiring others to do better
    • work is the accomplishment
    • of a leader.”
  • 6.
    • “ You cannot produce
    • consistently on a higher level
    • than your leadership.”
  • 7. What is a TEAM?
    • A team is a group of leaders
    • working cohesively toward a common set of goals.
  • 8. What Makes CEO’s Fail?
    • Poor execution & the inability to get things done
    • Being indecisive
  • 9. Decision Making & Risk Taking
  • 10. Guidelines for Effective Decision Making
    • Set deadlines.
    • Decide quickly on small issues and go on. Make the call.
    • On larger decisions, make a series of small decisions that keep you moving forward.
    • Once you come to a conclusion have confidence in your decision.
    • Don’t back away from your responsibility.
  • 11. Barriers: What to do
    • Be a risk taker.
    • Know when to stop analyzing and move into action.
    • Clarify expectations.
    • Be strong. Don’t waiver when you are sure of your decision.
  • 12. Decision Making Process
    • Why is this decision necessary?
    • Benefits?
    • Challenges or “down-sides?”
    • Alternatives?
  • 13. Key Elements of Decision Making
    • Framing
    • Gathering information
    • Coming to conclusions
    • Learning (or failing to learn) from feedback
  • 14. Decision Making Traps
    • Plunging in
    • Frame blindness
    • Lack of frame control
    • Overconfidence in your judgment
    • Shortsided shortcuts
    • Shooting from the hip
    • Group failure
    • Fooling self about feedback
    • Not keeping track
    • Failure to audit your decision process
  • 15. Time Management
    • Begin by focusing on something you look forward to doing at work
    • Arrive on time
    • Prioritize – DOs, DON’Ts, “6 things”
    • Time in motion study
    • Delegate
    • Set goals
    • Avoid procrastination
  • 16. Prioritizing
    • High Importance/High Urgency
    • **Tackle these projects first
    • High Importance/Low Urgency
    • **Set deadlines for completion and
    • get these projects worked into
    • your daily routine
  • 17. Prioritizing
    • Low importance/High Urgency
    • **Find quick, efficient ways to get
    • this work done without much
    • personal involvement. If possible,
    • delegate it to a “can do”
    • assistant.
    • Low importance/Low Urgency
    • **Busy or repetitious work. Stack it
    • up and do it in ½ hour segments
    • each week or get someone else
    • to do it, or dump it.
  • 18. Prioritizing
    • Decide what to do and do it.
    • Decide what not to do and don’t do it .
  • 19.
    • Priorities never “stay put”
  • 20. Prioritizing
    • Evaluate
    • Eliminate
    • Estimate
  • 21. Prioritizing- The Three R’s
    • What is required of me?
    • What gives the greatest return ?
    • What is most rewarding ?
    • Requirement, Return, Reward
  • 22. How to Break the Tie of Two Top Priorities
    • Ask your co-worker or supervisor their preference
    • Can you delegate one of the options?
    • Which would be a better benefit to the client or company?
    • Does it fulfill the purpose?
  • 23.
    • YOU
    • are a
    • leader!
  • 24.
    • Cathy Jameson
    • Jameson Management, Inc.
    • 877.369.5558
    • [email_address]
    LEADERSHIP }