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Actions speak louder than words

Posted in: Blog, by kayleighb2a, on 27th November 2013 | 0 comments

– Guest post by Chris Barrow, Founding Partner at 7 connections. 

I was delighted recently to be asked as a guest speaker at the re-brand and launch of The Campbell Clinic in West Bridgford, Nottingham.

Colin Campbell has built a superb business there and, following the retirement of his partner Ian Peace, we were celebrating the new look clinic and post-graduate academy.

Over 70 people attended at a nearby hotel to listen to myself and Laura Horton as guest speakers but also to hear Colin proclaim the virtues of his new livery.

But he didn’t.

The lights dimmed, the cameras rolled and he projected onto the screen a picture of a Tanzanian Health Worker.

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“This is Tukelage”, said Colin, “he has been trained by UK volunteers at Bridge2Aid to carry out extractions and, as a result he can bring pain relief to thousands of people in Tanzania. 

We are very proud that, through the Unity Partnership, The Campbell Clinic have been able to finance his training and, in 2014, we will be training our second Health Worker, Fabian.”

Colin then explained to his guests how the Bridge2Aid Unity Partnership programme works and encouraged them to take part.

He also went on to describe how the Clinic is also involved in a local community charity, The Karen Green Foundation.

What this says to referring dentists and to patients is that the team at The Campbell Clinic understand the principles of “Corporate Social Responsibility” and are prepared to have their actions speak louder than their words.

The Unity Partnership allows practices of all sizes to “make the difference” in a way that will give real ownership to team members and patients – a sense that, together, you are contributing to a growing family of those who can positively contribute to this wonderful charity.

Interested in becoming a Unity Partner and making your own difference? Then click here.

 


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