That’s right, everyone – it’s time for another “best of” episode!
Would you rather read the transcript? Click here. For the next few episodes, I’m doing a Year-End Review series. This series is meant to help you look back on the last year of practice and use those insights to shape the coming year. The episodes are short and succinct because lord knows we’re all pretty strapped at this time of …
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.
Dr. Joel Schneider is here talking about the evolution of cognitive theory and assessment. I’ve been reading Joel’s blog for about 10 years now, and he is not only a great writer but a deep thinker and excellent storyteller. These traits are on full display during the podcast today as Joel takes us on a journey through the philosophical and practical history of cognitive theory.
Today’s episode is an attempt to answer a question that I get a lot from consulting clients and the Facebook group: how do you find a consultation group as a post-graduate clinician? I’ve benefited greatly from a few consultation groups over the years, and I recommend joining a consultation group as one of the pillars of building a practice.
Welcome to another Masterclass episode! If you missed the first one with Dr. Stephanie Nelson, definitely check that one out. Today my guest is Dr. Steve Feifer, developer of the Feifer family of academic measures. We’re talking all about reading disorders and executive functioning.