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ADA Accelerator Series —Finding the Practice that Fits you (Recorded Webinar)
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American Dental Association on-demand webinar
The information contained in this program was current as of Sept. 22, 2020.

Overview
Are you considering taking your dental career down a new path? Take some time to understand what your professional and personal goals are — and how your unique preferences will drive your decisions. Learn some of the key things to consider as you think about your next career transition. Are you thinking about ownership? Would you prefer to spend more time with family? What do you do when the unexpected happens? In this panel conversation, you will learn more about the ins and outs of dental career transitions and other practice settings.

Moderator
Dr. Suzanne Ebert, DMD
, Vice President, Dental Practice and Relationship Management ADA Business Innovations Group

Panelists
Daniel W. Hall, DMD
Sara Makary, DMD, Director of Dental Services, Sulzbacher Center, Jacksonville, Fla

This presentation will help you:
Make the right decision for you: The pros and cons of being an employee vs an owner
• Visualize your ideal path – and being flexible when life happens
• Have the tough conversations: Involving your family in your career decisions

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About the Accelerator Series
The ADA Accelerator Series
is a program designed to provide member-driven, on-demand access to financial, leadership, self-care and work/life tools to help fast forward dentists careers, their way.

This series includes:
• Regular webinars hosted by experts on topics such as parental leave planning, negotiating for what you deserve and building confidence as a leader.
• Tips on keeping your life, career and everything else in balance - from other dentists who’ve been there
• Opportunities to expand leadership skills
• Self-care and wellness support

Disclaimer: The views of the presenter(s) do not necessarily represent the views of the American Dental Association

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