Practitioner training programs can be challenging to develop and maintain. One of the main challenges is designing a curriculum that effectively trains practitioners in a specific field. Unlike training consumers, training practitioners requires a deeper understanding of the subject matter and the ability to address various nuances and complexities. Join us in this week’s episode as we explore this fascinating topic!
We have the incredible Margaret Floyd Barry, Owner and Executive Director of Restored Wellness Solutions, joining us in this episode. Margaret’s practitioner training program is a game-changer for anyone looking to fix their hormones and improve their overall well-being. Today, she shares her insights and expertise in creating a practitioner training program.
Margaret highlights the challenges of designing a curriculum and emphasizes the need to consider the impact of trained practitioners on the brand. She explains that designing the curriculum is just one aspect of the process, as it is also important to ensure that practitioners maintain the integrity and quality of the training. Additionally, she emphasizes the importance of ensuring that practitioners uphold the quality and integrity of the training, as their actions reflect on the brand, which is often overlooked but requires careful consideration.
[00:02:51] The beautiful roadmap of practitioner training.
[00:04:09] Ensuring practitioner quality.
[00:05:17] Design curriculum based on needs.
[00:07:10] Training requirements for health professionals.
[00:11:37] Keeping people engaged in business.
[00:13:43] Membership program structure
[00:16:13] Deep focus on clinical application.
[00:19:28] The ripple effect.
[00:22:02] Filling the gap between practitioners.
[00:24:44] Play the long game.
[00:26:42] Unlocking personal leadership growth.
[00:28:29] Dramatic lash back.
“You have to be solving one of their problems. So, you need to get into the mind of those practitioners. If you come at it from the perspective of, I’ve got this incredible methodology and I just want to spread the word, that’s a piece of it. But what pain point are you solving for them?” [00:05:24] – Margaret Floyd Barry
“Sometimes I think with practitioner programs, people have the illusion that they will create the program and then it will be there, and it will be an income source. It’s just kind of a bank machine. It’s not a bank machine. It’s an incredibly challenging business.” [00:25:06] – Margaret Floyd Barry
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