So many new ideas to implement in our office and we can’t wait to try them out.
New York, NY (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
In the highly competitive field of dentistry, Progressive Dental Marketing recently provided quality dental advertising, marketing and practice growth training through their continuing education (CE) Catalyst course in New York, NY. Catalyst, a 16 ADA CERP and AGD PACE approved CE credit course, visited the New York Athletic Club on September 15-16, 2017 to provide hands-on learning opportunities to over 24 practices and 70 attendees.
The Catalyst course provides valuable information and experience to a practice’s entire team, not just doctors. There are multiple guided breakout sessions to keep all participates engaged and communicating with their team. Role-playing scenarios are used to coach front office staff, hygienists and doctors on how to speak with patients and convert them. Keynote speaker and Progressive Dental Marketing’s CEO, Bart Knellinger, teaches that in order to see long-term practice growth, every team member must be committed to the same goal.
Giovanna Rowan, a dental hygienist for Maryland based dentist Dr. Antonino Barbaro, attended the New York Catalyst course. “Amazing seminar in NYC. My practice attended the Catalyst class and we are all floored. It was fun, we got to participate and be involved without hours of boring lecturing. So many new ideas to implement in our office and we can’t wait to try them out,” she said of the role-playing and breakout sessions. “We know Progressive will help us grow! Thanks to the speakers and everyone who set this up! It was a great weekend of team bonding with the staff!”
Progressive Dental Marketing was recently ranked in the Inc. 5000’s list of fastest-growing private companies in America for the fourth consecutive year. Experienced in dental advertising and innovative marketing techniques, Progressive Dental Marketing also provides unique office staff training on skills such as how to speak with price shoppers or how to encourage patients to leave reviews after treatment. Knellinger encourages dental practices and their staff to focus on educating the patient and discovering their needs, “We’re trying to figure out who they are and what they value. They have to…