Kaye Frankcom

Private Practice
MBA

NOW OPEN!

The Private Practice MBA is now accepting students

Registration Closes 5 August 2024

Tired of the mundane and feeling like you’re in a constant cycle of unfulfillment?

You’re not alone.

Many practitioners have big aspirations and dreams but lack the support and guidance necessary to achieve them. It’s time to break free and become the successful practice owner you’ve always envisioned.

And the Private Practice MBA Online Program is finally here – ready to accept students.

Our 12-month program offers personalised attention that will help you not only break through your barriers but thrive in every aspect of your life.

The Approach

Our tailored approach is focused on your unique strengths, challenges, and aspirations to provide you with strategies and tools to achieve stability and ensure sustainable growth.

This online coaching program is designed exclusively for ambitious practice owners like you who are ready to unleash their full potential. We provide the support and guidance necessary for you to achieve extraordinary success.

If you’re determined to take your practice, team, and personal growth to new heights, this is the place for you.

“There are a lot of coaching programs out there for business owners and allied health practice owners. I am so pleased to have come across this MBA program as the content has been fabulous and each month has built up on the knowledge of previous months, and the group format has allowed for knowledgeable and supportive discussions. An exceptional program”

– Emma Johnston

Join us on Wednesday 7 August 2024,  for the start of a transformative journey that will empower you to conquer your limitations and attain unparalleled success.

Don’t wait, join today and take the first step towards an exceptional future.

You will have myself and Natasha Ace from Private Practice Alliance.

We are a combined powerhouse of experience and we know how to run profitable businesses

About Kaye Frankcom

Kaye is the “go to” person for her profession of psychology.

Kaye combines business smarts and leadership in her role as a business coach and supervisor to the mental health professions. She ran a successful group psychology practice in Melbourne for 17 years and sold it. She has written two books on private practice.

Kaye has been in health regulation, wrote the Private Practice Management Standards for Private Psychology and is a Fellow of the APS. She has been involved in senior roles in PHNs, Local government and is a Graduate of the AICD.

She works as a business coach with small and large psychology practices across Australia as a mentor and coach and is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Deakin University.

About Natasha Ace

Natasha Ace is the founder of Private Practice Alliance, where she helps private practice owners develop their dream practice and make a profit. She also provides administrative services for private practice practitioners, together with her team, when she opened Ace Private Practice.

With an experience spanning 20 years of establishing practitioners in private practice and working with thousands of psychologists, she has been the go-to person for private practice owners who need help around strategy, administration, contractor, and client engagement.

As an MBA holder with decades of exposure to different private practice scenes, she understands all aspects of managing and running a business and making a profit.

Want to know more about Kaye and Natasha and the Private Practice MBA?

Then sign up to our free audio podcast! There are 12 podcasts in total that showcase a sample of the Private Practice MBA program.

Weekly Schedule

Over the 12 months, we work together and meet once a week.

Weekly Schedule:

We will meet every Wednesday for one hour.

If the dates fall under a public holiday, we will inform you of changes.

  • Week 1: We will have an in-depth discussion of the topic of the month.
  • Week 2: Get tips from Natasha Ace, MBA and Kaye Frankcom, Clinical Psychologist.
  • Week 3: A guest mentor discusses more about the topic assigned for the month.
  • Week 4: Implement the lessons learned from the past 3 weeks with your group.

Why join the Private Practice MBA:

 We will provide you with practical and hands-on learning through these topics:

Leadership

The focus here is on developing effective leadership skills and management techniques. Students learn about different leadership styles, motivation, team building, and conflict resolution to become successful managers and leaders in various organisational settings.

Outcome of this month: Develop a sustainable and effective professional leadership style for yourself.

Finance

The focus here is on developing effective leadership skills and management techniques. Students learn about different leadership styles, motivation, team building, and conflict resolution to become successful managers and leaders in various organisational settings.

Outcome of this month: Create a budget and learn ways to use the budget that allows for the application of financial literacy.

Operations

This topic focuses on the efficient management of operations. Students learn about process improvement, room utilisation, and demand forecasting to ensure smooth operations and client satisfaction.

Outcome of this month: Evaluate your competitive advantage and have it reflected in operations and finance management.

Governance

This area focuses on the principles and practices of governance, ethical decision-making, and social responsibility. Students learn about ethical frameworks, accountability, and the importance of responsible business practices in the modern world.

Outcome of this month: Apply governance principles strategically to enhance systems and management.

Strategy

This topic explores the development and implementation of strategic plans to achieve long-term organisational goals. Students learn how to analyse the competitive landscape, identify opportunities, and make informed decisions to create sustainable business strategies.

Outcome for this month: Demonstrate effective strategy implementation in all core areas of your business.

Risk Management

This module emphasises the skills required to understand organisational risk management. Students learn about risk identification, assessment and response strategies.  Understand operational risks and create a business continuity plan.

Outcome for this month: Understand the risks small businesses manage and establish best practices to mitigate risk.

Marketing

This topic delves into the principles and practices of marketing, including market research, consumer behaviour, branding, product development, pricing strategies, and marketing communication. Students learn how to create effective marketing campaigns and develop a customer-focused approach.

Outcome for this month: Create a marketing plan that allows for easy implementation of local area ad digital marketing.

Business Analytics

This topic focuses on the use of data to inform business decisions. Students learn about data collection, analysis, interpretation, and the application of business intelligence tools to drive data-driven decision-making.

Outcome for this month: Measurement and business analytics that drive both clinical and business activities.
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AI and Technology

This module addresses the role of innovation and technology in driving business success. Students learn about technological advancements, digital transformation, managing innovation processes, and leveraging technology to gain a competitive advantage.

Outcome for this month: Harness AI and technology to its full utility in your business.

Employment Models

This topic covers the variety options business owners have when managing their human capital. Students learn about employment and contractor agreements and the advantages and disadvantages of the different models.

Outcome for this month: Understand if the existing model is working for your business.

People and Culture

This topic covers the management of human capital within organisations. Students learn about recruitment, training and development, performance management, employee relations, and legal considerations.

Outcome for this month: Learn techniques to help you manage the human resources aspect of your business.

Your Exit Strategy: Final Project

Pull it all together. Students will learn exit planning focussed on equipping students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the complex process of transitioning a business out of the hands of its current owners. This module explores various strategies, considerations, and best practices involved in planning for a successful exit from a business.

Outcome for this month: Develop a profitable business that reflects the people who share your vision and its implementation.

Investment

Are you ready to invest in yourself and your future? Register now for our 12-month course that will change the game for you! But don’t wait too long, registration closes on 5 August 2024.

Payment Conditions:

By accepting this offer, you’re taking the first step towards personal and professional growth. Please note, however, that this commitment requires your dedication and perseverance. You can’t quit midway or expect a refund for any payments made.

But here’s the good news: you won’t even want to quit! Our course is designed to engage and inspire you throughout the entire year. You’ll learn new skills, challenge yourself, and expand your knowledge in ways you never thought possible.

 

What are you waiting for?

Take the plunge and register now. It’s time to invest in yourself and unlock your full potential. Remember, a 12-month commitment is required for this course.

But trust us, it will be worth it!

Investment:

12 Monthly Payments of $2,500
(inclusive of GST)