Samantha Leonard is the co-founder of Stream Dental HR, a company that helps dentists build, develop and grow their team by building and implementing HR systems that help ensure a thriving business and incredible culture. She’s been busy over the past few months helping clients navigate through the current crisis, and today she’s joining us to share some of the biggest lessons that she’s learned.
We’re going to cover lessons that have come out of this crisis, the big gaps that we’ve seen in clinics over the past few months, why you need to have a contingency plan, employment contracts (and why having a holistic one is important) and a rainy day fund and what should you start to think about when it comes to your recovery plan. It's going to be a great episode, I'm excited to share what Samantha had to say with you!
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The Grow Your Dental Practice Podcast is hosted by Mohamed Ismail, founder of Shift Accounting. Mohamed is a cloud accounting expert and business advisor that works with dental and medical professionals. Shift Accounting is a Canadian digital firm that helps their dental and medical clients reach their financial goals with their superior business consulting and bookkeeping services. Shift provides clients with financial insights that help them improve their profitability and achieve their goals faster.
This episode was sponsored by Xero, a cloud-based accounting software that Shift Accounting uses for all its clients.
If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review us on your favourite podcatching app. You can find more information at Shift Accounting by visiting www.shiftacct.com or reach out to Mohamed Ismail directly at email@example.com. This episode of the Grow Your Dental Practice Podcast was edited and produced by Tae Haahr. Its theme music “Happy Energetic Indie Rock” by Xena_Ann is licenced through Audio Jungle.