The ADA Executive Program in Dental Practice Management is no longer accepting new enrollments and will sunset in 2019. On behalf of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, Bisk Education and the American Dental Association, we thank you for your support over the past five years.
We hope you found the program fulfilling and that you continue your professional growth throughout your career. We invite you to consider the many practice management resources offered by the American Dental Association, including:
The ADA is always looking for new ways to help its members succeed. Please visit ADA.org for educational opportunities. For more information, email the American Dental Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in developing your dental society leadership skills?
While the ADA Executive Program in Dental Practice Management will help build your business and personal skills, the ADA Leadership Institute has tools you need to become a compelling and effective leader within your dental society.
Whether you are a natural born leader or you’re looking to uncover the inner leader in you, the ADA Leadership Institute offers a growing number of online lectures and resources structured to educate, support and encourage leadership development within organized dentistry.
Current audio lectures include:
• Dentistry at a Crossroads: What Every Dentist Needs to Know, by Dr. Marko Vujicic, Chief Economist and Vice President, Health Policy Institute, American Dental Association
• Pathways to Leadership, by Dr. Maria Maranga, Council on Membership and graduate of the Institute for Diversity in Leadership, American Dental Association.
• Writing Compelling Resolutions, by Glen Hall, D.D.S., CP, Speaker of the ADA House of Delegates
The ADA Leadership Institute will be updated frequently. Please let us know your thoughts on additional topics to be covered, new learning formats, speakers to consider, or other guidance. Your feedback will help guide the expansion of this resource and other improvements in ADA services. Click on Ask ADA to offer your comments and suggestions.