Built to Last - How to Implement Lasting Change for Positive Progress

Carrie Webber


Time: 8:00 am - 11:30 am Code: F12 Cost: $0/$0 after Sept. 28 Date: Friday

CE Credits: 3 Hour Lecture |  Subject: Dental Team Approach |  Recommended for: All Attendees

Are you ready to take the next step in your practicing journey yet the fear of making necessary changes causes you stress? Don’t let the fear of change in yourself and your practice stifle your continued growth. Whether it is an investment in new technology, learning new procedures to add to your treatment mix, or a shift in your practice vision, change can bring the growth and opportunity you’ve been seeking if you have a strategy in place to make it happen. In this course, learn the team approach and key areas of focus for successful integration to any change you may consider.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the three C’s for effective integration of change into the practice.
  • Understand the important role each member of the team plays in facilitating effective change. Everyone makes a difference.
  • Study sound communication solutions that will help build value among patients for changes you may make.

About the Speaker:

Carrie Webber is Chief Communications Officer and co-owner of Jameson, a dental management, marketing and hygiene coaching firms that helps dentists and teams become more productive, more profitable and ultimately more fulfilled in their practicing lives. Carrie creates customer service and business development opportunities as well as internal and external marketing initiatives and social media strategies to effectively communicate the Jameson message to the dental profession. Carrie is a contributing author to several publications and blogs on the topics of marketing, customer service and business development as well as a popular speaker at dental meetings nationwide. She is also a member of the Speaking Consulting Network and was named a Leader in CE by Dentistry Today in 2019 and 2020. Financial Relationship – Honorarium: CareCredit.

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