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Cathy Love is finally recording and producing The Private Practice Made Perfect 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.

Private Practice Made Perfect Cathy Love

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Cathy Love is finally recording and producing The Private Practice Made Perfect 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.

    How to Know When It’s Time to Sell Up (Or Not)

    How to Know When It’s Time to Sell Up (Or Not)

    Ever thought about selling your business? Or looking to explore the concept a little further?

    Here to give you the opportunity to dip your toes into the water is Michael Kerr – Founding Director of Kerr Capital. Kerr Capital advises business owners on whether it’s the right time to sell, and what their business is really worth.

    Michael shares his insights on when and why an allied health business owner would reach out and engage Kerr Capital to get their business valued.

    You’ll hear all-things business value, Michael’s philosophy on valuing businesses, as well as the process of evaluations – including the art and science of your actual net profits.

    I’ve heard it all – allied health business owners not thinking that their business is too small, or thinking, “Would anyone even want to buy it?” (Something that honestly makes my business heart break). Then there’s the owner that just limps along until they have to make that tough decision about which way it’s going to go.

    That’s what makes Michael’s insights so valuable, as he gets into the nitty-gritty of the main reasons people come to him to get their business valued, and what “exit” really looks like.

    At the end of the day, it’s all about reclaiming your time and lifestyle if you’re going to sell-up. You could even be increasing the value of your business because you’re proving that it can run on less of your input.

    But if you’re not ready to sell, that’s okay too. It’s just about being fully aware of where your business is at, and also be aware of the risks on both sides.

    Practice Managers Academy starts in July! It is now back with a bang and more intensive than ever! Sign up for our 12-weeks Practice Managers Academy here! Or just click on the link anyway to know more…

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    • 53 min
    Embracing Innovation & The Future of Tech Therapy

    Embracing Innovation & The Future of Tech Therapy

    How do you feel when you hear about the future of therapy? Does the idea of new, innovative tech scare you?

    Here to calm your fears this week is Laura Simmons – CEO and Founder of Theratrak and Paediatric Occupational Therapist.Theratrak has digitised allied healthcare as a platform that allows multidisciplinary teams to bridge the gap between therapy sessions and create a more inclusive model of healthcare.  

    Innovation and change are two focal points in this episode, as Laura gives valuable insights into how Theratrak works, and how it’s making an impact on the industry. You’ll hear her journey evolving Theratrak, as well as what inspired her to get into the entrepreneurial tech space, and the steep learning curve she’s overcome in understanding software development.  

    Other fabulous insights include how she figures out what the next improvements are going to be in the business (which includes the importance of watching and listening when gaining feedback from clients), and leveraging tech and data for things like NDIS reports. What really stands out in this episode is Laura’s exploration of change and innovation in allied health. 

    We all know how scary change can be, but instead, try think of yourself as a change champion. Look at the positives that tech can bring to everyone’s lives in the allied health industry – and Theratrak is a perfect example of that.

    Laura shares her advice for allied health professionals who are cautious about investing in something like Theratrak, as well as overcoming tech-fear. 

    And if you’re already keen to know what’s set for the future of Theratrak and what they’re bringing to the allied health table, sign up to their newsletter to be the first to know about exciting new releases coming soon. 

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    • 43 min
    How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Go Carbon Neutral in Your Organisation

    How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint and Go Carbon Neutral in Your Organisation

    Carbon neutral – what does it mean and why should all businesses be moving towards it? 

    This week we’re doing things a little differently and shifting our focus onto somewhere we all call home – the Earth. 

    Here to give us all the insights, tips and advice we need is Jason from Cliniko. His role is, as he describes it, “a little bit of everything”, and there couldn’t be anyone more perfect to walk us through sustainability and all it entails. 

    First and foremost, Jason knows how intimidating it can seem for business owners to understand their carbon footprint and learn how to be more sustainable. What he’s here to talk about is how every little bit counts, and that you can start from an individual perspective rather than an organisation-wide perspective at first. 

    Jason shares how to lead an organisation towards being carbon neutral, why he’s so passionate about the topic, as well as the definitions behind carbon neutral and carbon footprint. 

    You’ll also hear his experience leading the carbon-crusade at Cliniko – which included getting companies like Carbon Neutral on board to guide and support them to implement changes. Jason explores some interesting insights they discovered from an initial energy-use audit at Cliniko, revealing the highlights and lowlights across all team members. (The results will definitely shock you.) 

    For Cliniko users and beyond, you can discover all of Jason’s findings in his blog post, Cliniko is now carbon neutral! 

    Remember: it’s not all doom and gloom. If we all just make some changes (no matter how small they may be) we can save our Earth and keep her going for years to come. Find out more about global progress by heading to Global Goals. 

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    • 49 min
    The Employee Satisfaction Loop and Learnings from the Pandemic

    The Employee Satisfaction Loop and Learnings from the Pandemic

    This week I’ve got the absolute pleasure of speaking with the Managing Director Team from Everyday Independence – Ingrid Cole, Mal Healey and Leanne Healey.

    Everyday Independence is a team of 600 people offering a diverse range of evidence-based therapy services to support all Australians to build skills and confidence. Their teams span across Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia.

    It’s been quite a while since our last chat way back in 2018, which is why it’s so exciting to hear their progress during the last few years, including where they’ve expanded their reach and impact.

    We start off by exploring their team and core values. In particular, they dive into why they find it important to have defined roles and career pathways, as it helps people know what they need to do and where they can go to get the support they need.

    We chat about how they’ve found that sweet spot as leaders of freedom and clarity, where they know that their people want to be autonomous in their roles. 

    This approach helps them know exactly what they have to deliver, but there also needs to be room for them to grow and develop.

    One part of this episode that particularly stands out is what they’ve learned from the pandemic, especially when it comes to their team. We explore what they call the “employee satisfaction loop”, coping with rules, and how they’ve managed to give everyone the input and support they need without purely relying on face-to-face contact.  

    It certainly encourages many allied health business owners to sit down and ask themselves:

    What has the pandemic taught me? What are some positives that I can pull from the experience amongst all the challenges?

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    • 48 min
    Webinars facelift – All NEW Masterclasses for 2022!

    Webinars facelift – All NEW Masterclasses for 2022!

    How are you making sure you’re constantly improving? For us at Nacre Consulting, we’re putting ourselves under the microscope on a pretty continuous basis. Why? Because we want to make sure that we’re not only doing things differently, but also that we’re making changes based on your feedback. 

    This week’s PPMP episode is a Solo one with me-myself-and-I. It’s a quickie, but a goodie, as you’ll hear me talk about some very exciting news… 

    Our webinars are getting a facelift! 

    We’ve decided to change-up the structure and function of our webinars, all based on your feedback. This new webinar concept will be based around providing Masterclasses each month, where we’ll get specific on certain topics and support you to take action easier than ever. 

    In this episode, you’ll hear me explain why we’re making this change, as well as all the exciting details you need to know about these upcoming Masterclasses and how they work. 

    I also share what’s coming up and what you’ve got to look forward to all the way to December – you’ll hear each monthly topic for the rest of 2022. 

    And don’t forget to stay to the end of the episode – you’ll hear all about the amazing feedback and success of our Allied Health Biz Quiz, and how you can get involved. 

    So what are you waiting for? Listen now to the episode and find out more about the topics and how to register your spot for all the upcoming Masterclasses on our brand-new website.

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    • 21 min
    The Value of Systems & How to Integrate Them

    The Value of Systems & How to Integrate Them

    Good systems are your ticket to freedom. Here to ignite your inner systems-flame is none other than David Jenyns - Author of SYSTEMology and Chief Visionary Officer at SystemHUB. 

    This episode is all about getting you excited about systems - and who better to do that than David himself? 

    David gives us an overview of SYSTEMology, which he created to solve the problem for business owners who are trying to build momentum, but feel that they’re more of a blockage in the bottleneck known as their business. 

    If you’re feeling overworked and that you can’t step away from the business without it falling apart, then it’s time to turn to systems and better understand how they work. 

    If there was ever an unexpected page-turner of a book, it would have to be SYSTEMology by David. He makes systems interesting and simplifies the complexities, which isn’t easy when talking about systems in the first place. If you’re a business owner feeling intimidated or overwhelmed by it all, then I can’t recommend this book enough. 

    David walks us through the story behind what inspired him to write the book, and you’ll also hear him discuss the 7 Stages of SYSTEMology. 

    You’ll also get some insights into myths debunked, where David reveals the truth behind systems and patterns he’s discovered since working with many business owners. Other great topics include why email is horrible for tasks, comparing SYSTEMology to other methodologies, and why systems are like business insurance. 

    Interested in getting started with SYSTEMology? Explore these links: 

    https://www.systemology.com/  

    https://www.systemhub.com/ 

    https://www.youtube.com/c/systemHUB/featured  

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    • 44 min

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