This course covers the core elements of good dental
society relations and identifies opportunities for collaboration and
communication among ADA, State and Local dental societies.
- Understand how open communication contributes to opportunities within the
national, state and local dental associations.
- Speak to the importance of local associations as they have a major impact
every day on the service delivered to over 157,000 dentist members.
- Identify shared resources for efficiency and for member value delivery.
- Understand how to use a dot map effectively to determine membership
coverage and proper resource allocations in the state.
- Understand the benefits of an aligned organization.
This course covers the importance of alignment between ADA, State and Local
Dental societies. Participants will explore the four core elements of building
effective dental society relationships: open communication, appropriate
geographical representation, openness to new approaches and use of data, and
identify opportunities for collaboration and communication.
- Elements of Good Dental Society Relations
- Open Communications
- Local Representation
- Sharing resources to optimize member value
- Using data effectively to deliver value
- Aligned organizations
- Customer driven excellence and alignment
- Best practices for engaging members as volunteers
- Building a volunteer structure for future leaders to