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This interactive 75 minute teleseminar covers the hows and whys of newsletters: from mail platforms, frequency and content – through to growing your subscribers and using the amazing data from your mail statistics.
Even if you already send a newsletter, you mightn’t be getting the most out of it. Do you get a report with each newsletter; know not just how many people open it but who they are and what they click? Newsletter statistics are a goldmine but do you know how to leverage them?
This seminar is for all health professionals (for this season only, students are welcome as well) who’d like to use or improve newsletters to grow their practice. For newsletter both newbies and old hands – there’s so much you can do to get the most out of your mail outs.
Date: Monday 5 October 2015
Time: 7pm (AEST)
Duration: 75 minutes
Cost: $60 + GST
Earlybird rate $55 + GST (payments must be made by 28 September 2015)
Bookings are now open. Please email your details to reserve a place. If you haven’t worked with Gill before, please include your, current practice (or study) details and where/when graduated.
Professional supervision is a tax-deductible expense and may count towards your CPE (check with your professional association).
Registration closes 1 October 2015.
Can’t make the seminar? Consider a 1:1 supervision session to hone your clinical skill, become a social media whiz or grow your business. Or register your interest for another group supervision teleseminar and Let me know what type of sessions you’re looking for.
About Gill Stannard
Gill graduated from the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 1991. She ran a successful multidisciplinary clinic in the Melbourne CBD for 23 years and now works with clients around the world, from her new home in Sydney.
As a senior lecturer in Herbal Medicine at SSNT, Gill noticed graduates often lacked the support they needed in practice after completing their degree. She began running practitioner support groups in 1997 and has been offering professional supervision and mentoring ever since.
Gill is passionate about supporting emerging and experienced practitioners in all aspects of small business, media and clinical skills, through individual and group professional supervision. She is a Fellow of the NHAA and one of only four supervisors approved by the association.
Fineprint: Your place will be confirmed with details of how to join the group when your full payment is processed. No refunds, unless insufficient numbers to run the group.