Research has shown that 67% of Associate Doctor relationships do not work out and there are about 160 employment opportunities open out there right now.
This is the first of a four-part series, where Dr. Stephen and Dr. Pete want to bring you the foundation and the fundamentals to make the CEO and Associate relationship truly remarkable. Join them as they discuss the gaps that are currently in place, uncovering the vision you need in order to determine the practice model that is going to best work for you, and taking a look at your own behavior and beliefs, whether you are the CEO or an Associate so that you can find the right match for you.
01:51- Dr. Stephen discusses the gaps he found between the staffing issues of DCs being able to find CAs and associate Doctors.
09:14 – Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen unpack the first question that you need to ask yourself, “What is next for you?”. This is the key to discovering what is next in your career and what do you need to get there.
11:42 – Dr. Stephen introduces the Next Program which is designed to help you figure out the next steps in your career.
12:33 – Dr. Stephen breaks down the options based on core values, vision, and behavior.
15:17 – Dr. Pete discusses the Venn Diagram component of hitting the bullseye on how those three things overlap to help set your goal
17:25 – Dr. Stephen shares the second question, “How do you decide?” and the importance in clarity to answer this.
21:26 – Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen delve into the third question of “What is your vision story?’ and discuss the importance of discovering and aligning your core values to your vision.
27:26 – Dr. Stephen talks about marketing yourself either as an Associate or as a CEO. What are you bringing to the table both ways?
29:09 – Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen break down the fourth question of “What (Success). How (Model), Where (Region), Who (Mentor), and When (Timeline).
32:29 – Dr. Stephen and Dr. Pete discuss the importance of the last question “Do you know yourself?”. It is all about bringing all the above into alignment in order to be successful in the role and in your future.