Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights.
Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy. Tara is published in the London Journal of Primary Care and author of over 150 blog articles.
#90: Becoming an Observer of Your thoughts
In today’s episode, I share one of my leadership lessons on how to become an observer of your thoughts. I talk about how to step back to look and thing about the situations you are in before acting. I share how powerful it can be to put yourself in the shoes of others, to be conscious of your language, your mindset and what you say to others. I share that if we allow ourselves this time to think it can really enhance our conversations and our actions.
#89: Uncomfortable Truths with Rachael Moses
Rachael Moses joins me today to talk about uncomfortable truths. She talks about diversity and the conversations she has been facilitating around this. We talk about confidence, leadership lessons and work-life balance and Rachael’s lack of it. She shares how she uses social media and the advice that she would give to her teenage self.
#88: How to Stay Focused and Move On
Today I’m sharing how I try to move on from time when things don't go as planned or as I wanted them to and keep focused on my goals. I talk about the importance of learning the lesson and moving on. I share how to put your losses into context against your wins, because your win list is most probably bigger than your losses! I share how to focus on what’s really important. And I also talk about the benefits of the Strengths Deployment Inventory and how it can be used to better understand yourself.
#87: Early Entrepreneurship with Ram Rajaraman
I had the amazing pleasure of talking to Ram Rajaraman on the podcast today to talk about his journey with Chai Analytics. We talked about the future of data analytics and how it can impact the healthcare industry. Ram explained the challenges he faced while developing his innovative business during the covid-19 pandemic. He also shared his thoughts on how to scale a business organically while maintaining a healthy work-life balance and managing resources in an effective way.
#86: A Default Diary and Why you Need One
If there are tasks you do regularly, for example more than twice, then a default diary can help you do those tasks to their best. Today, I’m sharing what a default diary is, how it can help manage your time so deadlines don’t creep up on you and how it can be used to cross-train staff or support capacity issues. Most importantly, I talk about how a default diary will help you move from ‘Oh I’ve got to do this task today!’ to ‘I know this is coming today and I’m going to do it and I’ve got en
#85: Making Money is Not the Focus with Dr Tommy Perkins
Dr Tommy Perkins joins me to talk about his business Medics’ Money. He talks about how they are a small, lean business supported by lots of automation so they can continue to still work as doctors. Tommy shares how they have been growing the business and discusses whether they are in control or running to catch up with it. And Tommy shares his philosophy of business because what they know they give away for free.
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I love these podcasts. They’re great for anyone working in the NHS or in a healthcare role but they are also so much more than that. The little hints and tips on organising your workload, dealing with stress and leadership is the icing on the cake! Shilpa Shah Pharmacist CEO Kent LPC
Only listened to one podcast but it was a great one
Really enjoying it. Going to listen to the others now. Looks like I got a lot to catch up on! Prolific!
I'm binge-listening to all the episodes!
This is so inspiring!