Off & Running

Levin, Roger P.
September 2007
Proofs;Sep2007, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p80
Trade Publication
The article discusses how sales representatives can train dental teams. Sales representatives should identify specific training opportunities for the dental team based on each one's job description and responsibilities. They should meet regularly with the dentist or office manager to discuss training opportunities for team members. A sales representative should stress that his or her training is an obvious return on investment to the practice.


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