Expanding digital and analog dentistry by assisting and educating colleagues in the Dental Lab and Dental Office environments through:
Case management, Logging, Troubleshooting, Evaluation, Escalation, Closing, and Follow-up for technical issues. Quick to utilize strengths and teammates to provide solutions that meet the needs of customers.
Typically, setting four to six goals are about as many as can be effectively handled. Then, setting at most three to four priority actions for each goal should represent the most important and timely actions that must be taken to achieve the goal. – George Obst
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