Have you ever thought of the impact your CA’s have on the practice, with positively (helping you to grow) or negatively (holding you back your practice’s true potential)?
Innate Legacy offers one of the most successful CA Training programs in Chiropractic Coaching today. WHY? Because we know how important a highly trained and passionate team is for the success of your practice.
Lori Morgan who is our CA Coach was a very successful team leader for over 15 years in a high volume, philosophically based, family practice. She uses her knowledge of practice to compliment Dr. Charles Ward’s systems and procedures. Her goal as a CA Coach is to help develop your team into highly functional team members who love to serve, love being busy and who refer patients on a regular basis. Most importantly she wants to help all CA’s she coaches to realize their true potential and to know they are the practice’s greatest asset, that they truly have the power to make or break the practice.
That through loving service they will love what they do, love chiropractic and want to make being a Chiropractic Assistant their career of choice, because we all know how stressful turnover can be.
As a member of the Innate Legacy Coaching System your team will receive coaching and training just like to DC. One on one training calls that are personalized for your practice and you the doctor (what you know the practice needs), monthly CA University trainings, access to the client only section of the website that has acres of diamonds for CA development. Your CA’s also spend four hours minimum at every Innate Legacy session in a separate workshop training that give them the tools they need to be confident in the systems and procedures of the office as well as chiropractic philosophy.
Your CA’s will become passionate about chiropractic, passionate about high volume, passionate about collecting money, and passionate about sharing the chiropractic message inside and outside of the office to gain more referrals.
So again we ask “Are Your Chiropractic Assistants Your Practice Greatest Asset?