Why delegating didn't solve your issues.

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Take the first step to overcoming burnout as a group practice owner.

How to build a high performing, self-managed team of therapists, clinicians, and client support.


"DELEGATE," they said.


If getting out of the day-to-day burnout of running your group practice was as simple as hiring more people, then why are you still feeling overwhelmed and burned out? Many women group practice owners find that hiring more people just doesn't work.


Having more people in your group practice actually creates MORE work for you.

  • You might have a team of therapists who all want to do their own thing that doesn't support the business.
  • You might have clinicians who are really good at working with clients, but not great at leading people.
  • You might have a well-qualified admin team that still seems really inefficient.


Does this sound familiar?


Download this Visionary Group Practice Owners Exercise to take the first step in turning your staff into a well-oiled, self-managed machine all moving in the same direction.


Stepping out of the day-to-day of running a group practice does not happen overnight. For so long, you’ve most likely been “the one” in your practice. You may have gone from being the only one doing everything to leading other therapists, clinicians, and admins who were supporting you. And in all cases, you were still wearing #allthehats. This article explains how a Fractional Integrator takes the leading, managing, and "doing" off your plate.

About C-Suite Boutique:

We help female group practice owners scale their businesses without sacrificing their health, sanity, or personal lives.  

Learn more about how we can help you establish a Business Blueprint to take the first step in building a high performing, self-managed team to run your practice for you. 

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