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About Janet Steward

Official Splurb


Janet Steward is president of Janet Steward Consulting, a national firm focused on growing healthcare practices through team motivation, patient loyalty ultimately resulting in greater profitability.

She holds memberships to the Academy for Professional Speaking, Academy of Dental Management Consultants, the Speaking Consultant Network, the Institute of Management Consultants and she is also a Certified Professional Behavior Analyst.

After studying about business at the University of Cape Town in South Africa and immigrating to the United States in 1986, Janet began her career in dental practice management. She started her own consulting business, Janet Steward Consulting, in 2003 and has helped hundreds of healthcare practice owners make their dreams for their practice become a reality. Janet speaks nationally and she is a high energy and engaging. She has a fun, approachable style and charms her audiences with her accent and her entertaining stories to help illustrate key points in her presentations.

She has been published nationwide, and she authored a book entitled What Do Dentists Really Want? Macromanage Your Way to Greater Freedom and a Million-Dollar Practice. She is currently writing her second book on creating greater profitability through leadership, team commitment and patient loyalty.

Unofficial Splurb


I’d love you to read my ‘official splurb’ up above. On an informal note, here’s what really makes me tick. I feel privileged and honored to get to live in this country. After living here since 1986, I finally got my US citizenship in 2013. I love going back to visit South Africa especially Cape Town, which is where I grew up, and going on safari.

Back home, in Colorado, I love to stay fit and usually make it to the gym every day. I love hiking with my three dogs up the mountain right on our doorstep. Dogs, and animals, in general, are my passion. The other love in my life is my husband Larry who works at CSU and who I just adore.

I am an avid reader and usually have 4-5 books going at the same time. When I die, I would like it to be said that I always had a thirst for knowledge and a love of life.