Conducting Productive Performance Reviews for Your Staff

Two women shaking handsConducting regular performance reviews with your staff provides you with an opportunity to learn more about the individual members of your team. Taking this time to talk to the people on your staff can help improve relationships and establish rapport, which will strengthen the team and your dental practice as a whole.

Topics to Cover During Performance Reviews

Below are a few of the topics you can cover during a regular performance review:

  • Do you have any ideas or suggestions for ways that we can improve the dental practice or the way our team works together?
  • Have you encountered any office conflicts in the last year? If so, how did you successfully address the issue and solve the problem?
  • What do you think have been your best contributions to our dental practice over the last year? What inspired you to take the initiative?
  • Are there any current unresolved office conflicts that need to be dealt with? If so, what are your suggestions on how we can resolve the problem?

We know that, as a busy dentist, it can be hard to find the time to have productive performance reviews with each member of your team. Use these reviews as an opportunity to gain insight into the thoughts, feelings, and views of your employees. The more heard and appreciated your staff feels, the more smoothly your dental practice will run.

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