RDH Magazine has published an article on Cindy Ishimoto’s newest team-building program: “Bridging the Generational Gaps: How to Get Along With Everyone Who Is Not Me.” Cindy is presenting segments of this program for the Oregon Dental Association on April 6th.

The article written by Ann-Marie DePalma discusses the divide between different generations of dental professionals, and how Cindy is helping more dental practices bridge this generational gap between dentists and hygienists to improve patient care.

“Different experiences, different communication styles, and different beliefs benefit practices in many ways. Communicating needs from the patient, doctor, manager, and team requires understanding of a person’s generational mindset to accomplish goals.” DePalma writes. “Cindy’s program assists teams in blending and capitalizing on the differences each person brings to the dental practice.”

Click here to read the article in full, as seen on the RDH Magazine website.

For more than 30 years, Cindy has worked tirelessly to help dental practices achieve their best. She travels all over the U.S. and Canada, speaking and consulting on methods to improve patient service and maximize profits. Click here to learn more about Cindy Ishimoto.