Pauline Grouette of Guided Journey Coaching will be featured on Close Up Radio

HOWDEN, MANITOBA, CANADA, Nov. 15, 2022 / — From fear of pain to fear of needles, many people dread going to the dentist. This is why it is especially important for a dentist to maintain a professional, cheerful and competent practice. As soon as a potential client enters the office, it is essential that everything is perfectly sterilized, including operating chairs, x-ray machines, taps, floors and walls. Staff should exhibit a friendly, caring and clean demeanor at all times ensuring that everything runs like clockwork. However, considering the concentration that the dentist must have on his dental tasks, it will be extremely difficult for him to be able to manage everything effectively. That’s why having a highly experienced dental consultant like Pauline is one of the best ways to ensure her practice is in top shape. (The increase in profitability doesn’t hurt either).

Pauline is a highly sought after dental consultant, founder and CEO of Guided Journey Coaching.

“Through my coaching and consulting work, I help entrepreneurs find the most optimal strategies to help their business thrive while focusing on their role as a professional dentist taking care of the oral health of their patients. without any distractions of running an office. My role is to help every member of staff, whether it’s the dental assistant, dental hygienist or administrator. The dental team manages the ins and outs of the business, from accounting to hiring or firing, a well-trained staff is always one of the most important elements of an organization’s success.

A proclaimed lifelong learner, Pauline’s inspiration to become a coach was based on her past experiences as a dental assistant for over twenty years and the decades she has spent in the family business since she was a young child. Noticing the lack of efficiency in the practices she worked in and how this negatively affected patients convinced Pauline how beneficial coaching would be, and today, with her hands-on approach, she is setting the tone by helping the dental industry to progress by helping hundreds of people. of offices create a thriving practice.

“In dental school, dentists don’t learn the business side of dentistry, so they can struggle endlessly to run a practice effectively. In my experience, building a high level team requires strong leadership and if the dentist is not equipped to train their staff, this could not only lower practice morale, but also decrease productivity. When the dentist isn’t distracted by drama or what to do if an employee is sick, he can instead rely on his staff to take care of day-to-day operations, and then he can concentrate on what he love, dentistry.

Pauline also points out how fear of the dentist literally keeps people from having their annual checkups and, therefore, can wreak havoc on their overall health. On the other hand, when patients feel they are going to a well-run practice, their anxiety decreases significantly, so it’s a win-win situation for everyone.

What makes Pauline’s coaching so effective is as an objective partner with a holistic, cross-relationship approach, she skillfully provides the much-needed mentorship and clarity that skillfully takes her clients to the next level and enables them to be the better version of themselves, both personally and professionally. .

“I am passionate about being your support system so you can reach your highest potential and pass it on to everyone you meet. I don’t just help the office; I make the world a better place! patients, employees and owners (often the dentists), are happier, they can bring more joy to those around them, like a domino effect It brings me great satisfaction to know that I have helped you on your journey to get there. Your success is my success!”

Close Up Radio will feature Pauline Grouette in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on Thursday, November 17 at 12 p.m. ET and with Jim Masters on Thursday, December 1 at 12 p.m. ET

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Written by: Beatrice Maria Centeno

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