Grow Your Clinic - Part 1

Grow Your Clinic - Part 1

Grow Your Clinic - Part 1

Are you ready to make the most of the coming growth period for businesses? The world has experienced a slow-down, but we are now entering what will become, for most, one of the fastest recovery periods in history.

This series is for sole traders and practice owners that have been impacted by external events such as COVID-19, natural disaster or personal circumstances, causing a slowdown in business. Part 1 and Part 2 of the Grow your clinic series aims to help you get back on track by developing an action plan that you can implement over 4 months to recover well and Grow Your Clinic.

You will learn practical examples of how you can;
- Help more people (reach more clients)
- Help more often (engage clients more often including facilitating their transition to private services)
- Give more value (optimising your fee structure and packaging services)

You will gain specific strategies to attract more people, more often and to add more value to your clients. You will cover strategies for knowing your numbers and planning your growth with a 4 month action plan for your business.

Part 1 will cover:
- Your Business Recovery Plan (this is a valuable asset you can use in your clinic right away)
- 3 Actions that are most important to take
- The numbers you need to know and why
- How to attract new clients and referral partners using Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Ads

Part 2 will cover:
- Easy ways to stay in touch with your Clients between visits
- The power of delivering positive treatment plans
- How to build rapport quickly with your clients for better health outcomes
- Opening the doors to additional services in your clinic
Register for Grow your Clinic – Part 2 here.

This is a recording of an ESSA webinar presented on 8 June 2021. 

Presented by Jack O'Brien, B. Physio, APA, Master Public Health

Jack O’Brien is a dynamic presenter, physiotherapist - leading a successful multi-site clinic in Newcastle, NSW; and is also the COO at Clinic Mastery, helping progressive health professionals to build Clinics For Good®. A devoted husband and father, and a lover of coffee, wine and whisky, Jack helps others to unlock their purpose, live a life to the full, and make a massive impact for good.

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