Principle Occupational Therapist and Owner of Verve OT, Sarah Collison, brings a little verve to the podcast this week to delve into a range of topics surrounding being a leader, balancing clinical and business duties, and the important role of graduate therapists for the allied health industry as a whole.
You’ll hear Sarah discuss making the leap to owning a business after working in a large organisation, including how she brought in a team and developed systems. Listen in for plenty of insights including the value of saying “no”, how to overcome pressures as a leader, trends in the workforce, and why investing in new graduates is crucial for the future of allied health.
Topics covered on leading your own team, having an industry commitment to graduates, and balancing being a clinician and business owner:
- How to overcome the pressure that comes with leading your own team, including how to deal with responsibility, learning from mistakes, and being aware of obligations.
- Trends she’s noticed in the workforce, including why so many people are dropping out, and the importance of investing in and nurturing graduates.
- How she found clinical joy and juggles between loving it, as well as the business side with a commitment to the OT profession.
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More about The Private Practice Made Perfect Show:
The Private Practice Made Perfect podcast is a much loved conversation for those wanting to hear real life Australian Allied Health business stories, adventures and the occasional confession.
The outstanding guest list includes business owners and wonderful small business supporters such as accountants, marketers, bookkeepers, IT wizards, virtual assistants, lawyers and more.
As you know, it takes a village to run a business. Cathy gathers the tribe, captures the collective wisdom and conveniently delivers it to your earbuds.
All episodes are chatty, honest and practical… warning… we often stray from the topic, talk of wine and laugh loudly.