Private Practice Secrets
About This Show
Cathy Love is finally recording and producing The Paeds Biz Podcast. Its specifically for paediatric allied health professionals, it’s going to be fun. She likes a chat.
Cathy will bring a broad range of energetic people to the conversation. The outstanding guest list includes; allied health business owners, digital marketing specialists, accountants, HR advisers, writers, virtual assistants, IT specialists, friends, social media guru’s, possibly family and other generous folk she hasn’t roped in yet.
It takes a village to run a private practice. Finally we gather the tribe, harness collective wisdom and elegantly deliver it all direct to your earbuds. The plan to is share up all our private practice stories, business know how, wins, challenges and pearls of wisdom. The episodes will be conversational, short, informative and practical. Apologies in advance, it’s highly likely that there will be humour and deviation from the topic.
…But we wish for even more.
Most Recent Episode
Ep.30 Building innovation and creativity into your practice with Dee Wardrop
5 days ago
Today on the podcast we talk with Melbourne based clinician and private practice owner Dee Wardrop. What is covered in this episode: How one family helped Dee to start her speech therapy business The juggle of balancing a family and starting an allied health business Highlights of her business development of the last 10 years that has led to currently 12 staff and 3 sites The importance of having a beautiful and supportive workplace facilities Tips for recruiting the right staff members that fit the culture of your team The importance of trusting your gut when recruiting Knowing the importance of a good brand and vibe of your business The mistakes Dee has made over her business journey The regret Dee has in naming her business by her name The importance of innovation and creativity in delivery of outcomes to families How she brings together a dynamic team of allied health professionals to deliver exceptional customer service Dee thoughts on the NDIS and the opportunities it can bring to speech pathology to bring about change Some of the timing frustrations she has found with the NDIS and the funding being allocated to families The importance of pre-planning and prep work for NDIS families The question of capping the number of NDIS patients allied health practices take on How Dee thinks the NDIS will look like in 5 years with a more collaborative approach Her unique leadership style and how she motivates her team through love and passion What owning a business has taught her about herself and how the business will look into the future
Rated 5 out of
So many inspiring business owners!
I feel so inspired by the business people interviewed. This was a very relaxing and interesting listen. Thanks Cathy!
Date published: 2017-05-31