why I help teams

I remember the horror stories.

When I started hiring team members years ago, I heard horror stories of unhealthy work environments. I wanted my practice to be different.

I wanted to enjoy working with my team.

I quickly discovered that the traditional top-down leadership style that many dentists still employ today is a recipe for frustration. If I was going to spend my life in dentistry, I wanted to enjoy going to work.

i began asking questions.

The “magic sauce” that turned my practice, my team, and my life around began with a deep dive into various business models and approaches to leadership. I began asking powerful questions. What if I could get my entire team on the same page? How could I move team members from clock-punchers to collaborators? How could I create a culture that helps team members thrive?

I eventually discovered a better way.

Team-first leadership seemed to have the answers. So I set out to build a collaborative team with shared mission, shared passion, and shared goals. I learned how to create an environment where every team member felt valued, appreciated, and involved in the greater purpose of the practice.

i created a thriving team.

Over time I learned what worked and what didn’t work. I was able to change my leadership approach and put strategies in place to foster a culture that resulted in a thriving team. Not only did it transform our practice into a fun place to be, our thriving team led to a thriving practice.

I'd love to help you do the same.

No theories or unproven ideas. I’ve seen first-hand how the transformation process works. We’ve implemented the principles, strategies, tactics, and steps necessary to help teams move from where they are to where they want to be. I feel like I have a responsibility to pass on what I’ve learned.


Kyle loves to connect with practice leaders interested in developing a thriving team. Please send him a quick note below and we’ll be in touch to see how we can help.

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