I have Aaron Carpenter from Legendary Lion, a digital creative agency specializing in mental health practices, here to talk all about search engine optimization.
Dan Konigsberg has been running a successful software business for over 20 years. Along the way, he’s learned a ton of valuable lessons about company culture, values, and getting the right people into the right positions within the business.
I get a lot of questions during consulting about how to offer benefits to employees.
Continuing with the theme of hiring, today I’m talking about interviewing tips. Let’s say that you’ve found a few good candidates – now you have to figure out if they’re actually a good fit for your practice!
In my mastermind groups and individual consulting sessions, I get a lot of questions about hiring. Many folks are interested in expanding but are unsure of how to do it, which makes sense because it can definitely be an overwhelming process.
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re trying to grow, finding office space can be a tricky venture. Many of us assume that we need to leap into full-time office space, but that’s not necessarily the case.
Anybody else having a hard time finding clinicians? In my talks with other practice owners around the country, it seems like EVERYONE is struggling to hire. There are many reasons that I believe this is happening, but what it means for us as practice owners is that we have to do more to set ourselves apart from the other employment options out there.
For Summer Slam #2, we’re talking about revising your battery. How many of us have been giving the same measures year after year, with little thought to how they work for US or work for the CLIENT? Today, I’m challenging you to dig in and see if your battery is truly what you want it to be.
The Summer Slam series will have a few quick, to-the-point episodes with simple, actionable tips for you to put in place immediately. The strategies will mirror my own areas of focus from my last quarterly retreat. For Summer Slam #1, we’re talking about revisiting your schedule.
How many times have you entered the testing room, started the battery, and figured out that you left something crucial in another office (for me, it’s always my phone/stopwatch)? Or how many times have you sent out a report only to get an email back from the client asking why there’s another name on the report? Today’s episode is a commentary on mistakes and how to avoid them. It draws heavily on material from Atul Gawande’s book, The Checklist Manifesto.