[FREE On Demand Webclass]

How To Have Difficult Conversations With Clinicians (And Front Desk) That Inspire Action - Without Them Leaving You

On this training, Multi million dollar clinic owner Karen Elliott, PT and leadership expert will reveal:

We're going to show you...
  • Counterintuitive tactics and strategies—you too can use to become more persuasive to your clinicians, front desk, and in your personal life.
  • How to lead the conversation toward the action you want them to take that makes it seem like it was their idea.
  • How to get in the right calm mindset before having the uncomfortable conversation (never go into the meeting without doing this first or risk it not going well).
  • An effective scenario template you can swipe to handle virtually any uncomfortable conversation with ease (from the very first question to ask, they say this, you say this - all the way to the outcome you want).
  • Live Q&A at the end to get all your questions answered and get personal feedback on your unique scenarios.

WARNING: We had over 398 clinic owners register for the webinar. You’ll learn insider secrets that big corporations and private equity companies that buy clinics don't want you to know about. 

Owner of a multi-million dollar physiotherapy clinic where many olympic and professional athletes train. She's one of the top go to authorities on clinic leadership and staff buy in.

Has built and exit many healthcare businesses (clinics, ecommerce, SaaS) over the past 15 years including a network of 127 physical therapy and chiropractic clinics with over 1400 employees. He is one of the most sought-after mentors for clinic owners in Canada and USA where he helps owners double, triple, and even quadruple their profits by optimizing their clinic operations using his proven systems and leadership strategies. Plus he has spent over millions in google and facebook ads during his career.

Rick also founded CallHero, a call recording and conversation analysis software that helps clinics  get even more new patients over the phones from their marketing.