Management Development Program

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MDP, formerly Dispensary Manager Training Program, is not just a program but an experience. Through live instruction as well as online components, MDP is designed to help practice, office and optical managers gain the confidence and business expertise they need to positively impact their eye care practice. This comprehensive 6-month experience combines live instruction with distance learning, personalized coaching and project-based learning initiatives to teach people skills and business strategies that managers can use to immediately improve practice performance.

$1999 per person
Class Dates

Upcoming class dates

Class Session 1 Session 2 Capstone
37 Sept 27-28 Dec 6-7 Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2018* SECO Only 2 seats left. Enroll today.
38 Jan 31- Feb 1, 2018 April 25- 26, 2018 July 18-19, 2018

The three live sessions are held in Dallas, Texas, except where noted, and begin each day promptly at 8:30 AM. The second day of the live sessions concludes at 4 PM to allow adequate time for return flights.

 

Program Overview

Learn business and people skills from the experts

During the 6-month program, participants attend 3 separate, live 2-day classroom sessions where they will learn from facilitators, coaches and guest speakers who are all experts in their fields. Plus participants will gain knowledge and experience by interacting with other eye care practice professionals!

  • Leadership skills for recruiting, hiring and performance
  • Retail strategies for merchandising, pricing and growth
  • Tracking and reporting practice performance, sales trends and revenue
  • Principles of financial management, payables and working with vendors
  • Optimizing the customer experience, identifying patient needs and managing patient issues

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