Is the opportunity you are exploring really the opportunity you want? Or are you having trouble finding that opportunity, to begin with?
Welcome back to part two of our four-part series as Dr. Stephen and Dr. Pete explore further into the Associate Relationships. This week is all about opportunity; how to find it, approach it, and vet it to make sure it is right for you and your potential employer. This episode will provide insight for both the Associate and the CEO alike.
01:10 – A quick review of what was discussed in Part 1 around the five critical questions to ask yourself when looking at either hiring or becoming an Associate
03:37 – Dr. Stephen discusses how Chiro Matchmakers helps build these relationships so that they are successful and impactful.
07:38 – Chiropractic plays an important part in global health and filling this gap between finding the right Associate, focuses us back on to what it is really about.
10:07 – Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen focus on the topic of how to find those opportunities, including resumes, job shadowing, and online spaces including social media.
14:20 – Now that you have found the opportunity, how do approach it? Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen tackle self-awareness, confidence, and knowledge in how you present yourself.
19:14 – The vetting process is the next step to determine if the practice is right for you as an Associate and vice versa. Dr. Stephen shares questions that you will want to ask and be prepared to answer.
25:02 – Learn the three things that you should look for in a job opportunity.
28:31 – Dr. Pete and Dr. Stephen discuss the successes they have seen with practices that have found the right Associate-Doctor relationship.
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