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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tara Humphrey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tara Humphrey, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tara Humphrey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tara Humphrey, often where they are interviewed.

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447: The Power of Gratitude and Affirmations with Tara Humphrey

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Just in time for Thanksgiving, I am excited to feature someone who lives and breathes gratitude and affirmations in her life.

My guest today is Tara Humphrey, CEO of a healthcare consulting firm in London, and a former client. Tune in to know how she sets goals for herself, and how her practice of affirmations actually brought this episode to be. CLICK HERE to get all the links from this episode.

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Nov 26 2020 · 44mins
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The Convo About Making a Lane For Yourself with Tara Humphrey

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I am so ridiculously excited because we have my younger sister Tara Humphrey in the house. She is the CEO and Founder of THC Primary Care, a mother of three, multiple six figure business owner, podcaster and all round trail blazer. 

Tara founded Tara Humphrey Consulting in 2015, has 20 years of experience in business development and operations management, and has an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare - along with many other accolades! She is super passionate about helping people by giving them the tools, time and support to develop their ideas and bring them to fruition.

In this episode Tara takes us through everything she has going on at the moment in her life and business, and what the future looks like for her. We talk creative visualisation and how she has used this to manifest her success, alongside making the most of any opportunities she was presented with. We also riff on the importance of creating a lane for yourself and owning your niche when it comes to really finding your purpose.

As Tara also has a scholarship - the Business of Healthcare Scholarship, which helps BAME (and soon LGBTQ) people pursue healthcare leadership career, we discuss why it’s important for her to give back - AND why she’s convinced me to climb to base camp on Everest! 

This was recorded live so you will have to excuse the sound in some places - we wanted to still share as this is a fabulous episode! I know you’ll get so much out of this incredibly inspirational episode, so dive on in and let me know what your biggest takeaways are!

Highlights

  • When things don’t go to plan {3:59}
  • Leaving the past in the past {5:44}
  • Business and Covid {8:51}
  • Letting go to make space {10:30}
  • Stepping into purpose {12:52}
  • What does it mean to be a leader? {16:38}
  • On opportunities {18:43}
  • Creative visualisation {23:18}
  • Business of Health Care Scholarships {27:52}

Quotes

  • “I also just thought I operate in a niche. I am a leader in my space and I should act like it. And that I have been given so many opportunities to get here to where I am today. I am in a position to give other people those opportunities.”
  • “[Being a leader means] just being myself and showing people what I've got, showing people what I do. [...] I did a presentation last year and one of the slides said ‘the more I am myself, the more successful I become’. So I make more money. I have more clients.”
  • “I'm in no rush. I'm coming up to 40, but slow and steady, slow and steady. This is my business for life. So I'm not chasing, like I'm not frantically running anymore trying to get these goals or read this book The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek, and he talks about how you don't win at business, you just keep playing, and playing, and playing, and people overtake you, but they can overtake me. And I know that I will be in this for the long game.”


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You can read the transcript here.

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Sep 27 2020 · 30mins

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Bonus Episode: Project Managing a Pandemic Tara Humphrey on 'The General Practice Podcast'

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Again, Tara joins Ben Gowland, the Director of Ockham Healthcare, on his podcast The General Practice Podcast. 

Tara, project management expert, supports the development of Primary Care Networks and GP Federations, and joins Ben again to discuss and reflect on the pandemic from a business and management perspective.

This week Tara and Ben reflect on where they are up to in their own roles, within their own areas, with their focus shifting towards life after Covid-19 and more traditional priorities – but with the added benefit and experience of the best practice that has taken place during recent times.

  • Introductions (0:14)
  • Drive through immunisations (1:14)
  • What has been happening in Tara’s world? (2:35)
  • Planning for life after Covid? (3:06)
  • Considering new priorities in a GP Federation schedule (4:06)
  • The Care Home challenge (4:56)
  • Modelling a new Care Home scheme (5:47)
  • Ben’s experiences of aligning care homes to practices and PCNs (6:46)
  • The network mindset (8:19)
  • Tara and Ben discuss the PCN DES more broadly (9:14)
  • Positive impacts as a result of the pandemic? (9:57)
  • Building on the positives; opportunities for further partnership working (11:01)
  • The theory of change and maintaining momentum (13:16)
  • Th effect of crisis working (14:43)
  • Learning lessons (15:27)
  • What’s next for Tara? (16:06)
  • …and for Ben? (16:58)

Connect with Ben Gowland:

Ockham Healthcare

The General Practice Podcast

The Future of General Practice

Twitter

Email: ben@ockham.healthcare

May 13 2020 · 19mins
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Podcast – Tara Humphrey – Project Managing a Pandemic (Part 3)

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Tara Humphrey, our 'almost' resident Project Management expert supporting the development of Primary Care Networks and GP Federations, returns for a third episode in a series of podcasts covering the pandemic from a management and support perspective. This week Tara and Ben reflect on where they are up to in their own roles, within their own areas, with their focus shifting towards life after Covid and more traditional priorities – but with the added benefit and experience of the best practice that has taken place during recent times.

Introductions (14 secs)

Drive through immunisations (1 min 14 secs)

What has been happening in Tara’s world? (2 mins 35 secs)

Planning for life after Covid? (3 mins 6 secs)

Considering new priorities in a GP Federation schedule (4 mins 6 secs)

The Care Home challenge (4 mins 56 secs)

Modelling a new Care Home scheme (5 mins 47 secs)

Ben’s experiences of aligning care homes to practices and PCNs (6 mins 46 secs)

The network mindset (8 mins 19 secs)

Tara and Ben discuss the PCN DES more broadly (9 mins 14 secs)

Positive impacts as a result of the pandemic? (9 mins 57 secs)

Building on the positives; opportunities for further partnership working (11 mins 1 sec)

The theory of change and maintaining momentum (13 mins 16 secs)

Th effect of crisis working (14 mins 43 secs)

Learning lessons (15 mins 27 secs)

What’s next for Tara? (16 mins 6 secs)

…and for Ben? (16 mins 58 secs)

Find out more about Tara Humphrey:

May 10 2020 · 17mins

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Podcast - Tara Humphrey - Project Managing a Pandemic (Part 2)

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Tara Humphrey, Project Management expert supporting the development of Primary Care Networks and GP Federations, returns for the second in a series of podcasts focused on practical demands and planning in primary care, during the pandemic. This week, Tara and Ben discuss the differences and challenges in the approaches from practices, networks and federations, getting the staffing balance right and maintaining business continuity and personal resilience within a crisis.

Introductions (12 secs)

What's happening in Tara's world right now? (35 secs)

Financial management and planning (1 min 23 secs)

Redistribution of an underspend and the development fund (2 mins)

Supporting vulnerable patients (3 mins 7 secs)

Introduction of new roles / recruitment options within a network (3 mins 42 secs)

A federation's approach to incorporating new roles (5 mins 15 secs)

How does a practice buddy system work? (5 mins 48 secs)

Introducing and implementing new SOPs across networks and practices (6 mins 39 secs)

Joint working from a top down perspective... (8 mins 49 secs)

… versus expectation at practice level (9 mins 53 secs)

The pace of change and anticipating new demands (10 mins 30 secs)

How are practices coping overall? (11 mins 44 secs)

Putting emotional support in place for GPs (13 mins 14 secs)

The importance of practice managers and protecting the well-being of wider practice staff (14 mins)

Working from home and sustainability (14 mins 54 secs)

What's next for Tara? (15 mins 17 secs)

…and for Ben? (16 mins 10 secs)

Find out more about Tara Humphrey:

Apr 14 2020 · 17mins
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Bonus Episode: Covid-19 Preparing for Battle Tara Humphrey on 'The General Practice Podcast'

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Tara puts the mic in the other hand again this episode when she is interviewed by Ben Gowland, Director of Ockham Healthcare on The General Practice Podcast.

They talk about the current Covid-19 crisis. How do you prepare for an upcoming crisis which is anticipated, yet unpredictable? What steps should a practice and a network be taking to manage its response and resources, whilst safeguarding its people? Which issues should be tackled and what workstreams should be put in place now?

They talk about Ben and Tara's experiences so far offering practical advice for maximising efficiency ahead of time.

  • Introductions (0:22)
  • The state of play locally (0:56)
  • What support is available now for practices? (1:30)
  • Practical considerations (2:17)
  • The importance of communication (3:46)
  • Site/s management (5:08)
  • What are the biggest challenges for practices and networks? (5:53)
  • Co-ordinating skills and expertise (8:35)
  • Managing communication effectively and supporting staff (8:59)
  • Leadership during a crisis (10:59)
  • The mood in general practice right now (14:26)
  • Next steps (16:37)
  • Supporting well-being (17:50)

NHS Confederation document (How CCGs can support PCNs and practices during the Covid-19 crisis) here

Connect with Ben Gowland:

Ockham Healthcare The General Practice Podcast The Future of General Practice Twitter Email: ben@ockham.healthcare

Apr 08 2020 · 19mins
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Podcast - Tara Humphrey - Project Managing a Pandemic (Part 1)

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How do you prepare for an upcoming crisis which is anticipated, yet unpredictable? What steps should a practice and a network be taking to manage its response and resources whilst safeguarding its people? Which issues should be tackled now and what workstreams should be put in place? Project management expert, Tara Humphrey, who supports the development of Primary Care Networks and GP Federations, chats to Ben Gowland about her experiences so far and offers practical advice for maximising efficiency ahead of time.

Introductions (22 secs)

The state of play locally (56 secs)

What support is available now for practices? (1 min 30 secs)

Practical considerations (2 mins 17 secs)

The importance of communication (3 mins 46 secs)

Site/s management (5 mins 8 secs)

What are the biggest challenges for practices and networks? (5 mins 53 secs)

Co-ordinating skills and expertise (8 mins 35 secs)

Managing communication effectively and supporting staff (8 mins 59 secs)

Crisis leadership (10 mins 59 secs)

The mood in general practice right now (14 mins 26 secs)

Next steps (16 mins 37 secs)

Supporting well-being (17 mins 50 secs)

NHS Confederation document (How CCGs can support PCNs and practices during the Covid-19 crisis) https://www.nhsconfed.org/-/media/Confederation/Files/Publications/Documents/How-CCGs-can-support-PCN_COVID_19.pdf

Find out more about Tara Humphrey:

Mar 29 2020 · 19mins
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Burgers, busyness and business with Tara Humphrey

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In this episode, Rachel is joined by Tara Humphrey, Founder and CEO of THC
Primary Care and host of the podcast ‘The Business of Healthcare with Tara
Humphrey’

We chat about the main mistakes GPs and other professionals make when trying to
run a business, either trying to do everything themselves or not paying enough
attention to the business side of things. Even if we don’t run a practice, many of us
are self-employed and are running ourselves as a business!

Time is often our limiting factor and there just isn’t enough time to get everything
done that we need to. This can be profoundly frustrating and lead to all kinds of
stress. Tara chats about the need for strategic planning both in our own lives and for
our businesses and partnerships and how setting goals not just for the day but the
next 90 days can be vital. We also discuss how getting help can be a life-saver, be it
admin support or coaching to help you set priorities.

Tara’s top tips:
1) Write down your priorities for the next 90 days
2) Plan your day before you start work
3) Block off time to do things that refuel you
4) Ask for help when you can

Podcast links

Contact Tara tara@thcprimarycare.co.uk
Tara’s website can be found here: https://www.thcprimarycare.co.uk/
Here is the link to all Tara’s Business of Healthcare Podcast episodes:
http://thebusinessofhealthcare.libsyn.com/

Find THC on twitter: @THCPrimarycare
And linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarahumphreythc/
Read our blog where we share leadership insights on how to improve the delivery of your
projects: https://www.thcprimarycare.co.uk/blog

And listeners can sign up to our newsletter and we’ll send them the blog and podcast each
week along with more in-depth insights and advice designed to improve business and
project performance: https://tarahumphreyconsulting.us13.list-
manage.com/subscribe?u=805734b0b541a7d55f8e6c712&id=db44a86c96


Essentialism by Greg McKeown https://www.amazon.co.uk/Essentialism-Disciplined-
Pursuit-Greg-McKeown/dp/0753555166


Eat that Frog https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eat-That-Frog-Important-Things/dp/1444765426

Amy Porterfield podcast on boundaries https://www.amyporterfield.com/2020/01/296/

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Boy-Mole-Fox-Horse/dp/1529105102

Sign up to hear about new podcast episodes and get your downloadable CPD reflection forms plus more tools and resources

For more episodes of You are not a frog, check out our website www.shapesfordoctors.com/podcasts/ and sign up to our mailing list here for loads of useful resources about thriving at work.

Follow Rachel on twitter @DrRachelMorris or LinkedIn and find out more about her
online and face to face courses for doctors on surviving and thriving at work
at www.sha

Support the show (https://youarenotafrog.com)

Jan 28 2020 · 43mins
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How to get what you want, with Tara Humphrey

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So this one is a special one, as I am interviewing my power house of a younger sister Tara Humphrey founder of Tara Humphrey Consulting, mother of three (she started first) multiple six figure business owner, podcaster and general trail blazer. I can’t wait for you to meet her. 

Highlights

  • Why you should focus on who (and what) inspires you [4:28]
  • Why Tara got herself a CEO jumper [12:14]
  • Up-levelling, expansion and ‘winging it’  [15:01]
  • The biggest thing that has helped Tara take leaps in her business [38:26]
  • Tara’s motto for business [57:39]


Key links:
www.thcprimarycare.co.uk/

The blog 'how to get what you want'

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Jan 01 2020 · 59mins
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Tara Humphrey – Introducing new roles to Primary Care Networks

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This week sees the return to the General Practice Podcast of Tara Humphrey, Managing Director of THC, a group of project managers who aim to influence and support positive change in primary care. With the introduction of new roles into Primary Care Networks many are asking detailed questions about how to guarantee successful implementation and ensure the people in the new roles are happy, effective and want to stay. In this episode Tara answers those questions.

May 19 2019 · 21mins