A show for audiology students and new graduates that focuses on professionalism, career goals and having fun along the way. Hosted by Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D.
On today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D. become bookworms! Beyond Positive Thinking by Robert Anthony is required reading at Audigy, and Chris and Riley give you their notes on this truly impactful book.
The crew talks about the differences between being licensed and being certified, the various professional membership available to audiologists, as well as understanding CEUs (continuing education).
We’re joined by Andrea P. Howe, the co-author of The Trusted Advisor Field Book. Andrea is an expert in the area of building trust and is on a mission to, as she says “kick conventional business wisdom to the curb and transform how people work together as a result.”
Season 2 Premiere! In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D. talk with Bettie Borton, Au.D., a former President of the American Academy of Audiology and current Director of University and Student Outreach at Audigy. The topic of this podcast is advocacy — why its important in a field such as audiology, and how you can get involved!
Today’s special guest is Tonya Reiman, an author, motivational speaker and body-language expert. She is a regular contributor on The O’Reilly Factor, on the Fox News Channel. Reiman has also appeared on CN8, Access Hollywood, EXTRA, and Fast Money.
Today’s special guests are Brad & Darla Baldwin of Carolina Hearing Group. The Baldwin’s talk with us about their start in Audiology and why they chose private practice, as well as some of the lessons they’ve learned along the way. This episode is not to be missed!
Today’s special guest is Dr. Tony Milliano of Audiology & Hearing Center. Dr. Milliano talks with the crew about his start in audiology, what he looks for in new providers and externs, and shares some advice for students looking to break into the business.
Today’s special guest is Jeff Shannon, Au.D. of Hudson Audiology in New York. Dr. Shannon talks with the crew about his start in audiology, what he looks for in new providers and externs, and shares some advice for students looking to break into the business.
In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D. discuss personal branding with Heather Sager, Vice President for Learning and Development at Audigy Group. Heather has lots of experience with helping new (and established) audiologists with their professional development.
In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D. talk about the choices you have as an Au.D. student in your externship, including some of the important things to consider when deciding on WHERE you’ll have your externship.
The topic of the day is “Patient Friendly Language” and the crew discusses ways you can talk to patients that is on their level, including the right words to use when describing hearing aid technology (not hearing aids!)
In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D., sit down with a very special guest – Chris Mertens, an attorney with specialities including student loan resolution and debt relief. Chris shares some tips for managing your student loans!
Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D., sit down with Darci Vick, a Professional Development Manager at Audigy Group to talk about Audiology’s 4 Letter Word — SELL! Why are we afraid to sell? And how can we present ourselves confidently as Audiologists?
In today’s show, Riley Bass Au.D is joined by Brady Mullins and Carmen Schwisow, both Talent Acquisition Managers at Audigy Group. Brady and Carmen share pro-recruiter tips for a winning resume and nailing your interview as an audiologist.
In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D., are joined by Travis Unruh from Audigy University to break down the key performance indicators for running a successful audiology practice.
In today’s show, Riley Bass is joined by Samantha Ross, an expert in Generational Dynamics at Audigy Group, to discuss what young audiologists need to know about the generations in their interactions with patients and co-workers alike.
In today’s show, Chris Cox Au.D., and Riley Bass Au.D., transition from being a student to provider and detail your options for starting your own business as a professional Au.D.
In the third of a three part series on transitioning from student to provider, Chris and Riley discuss teamwork and why its so important for a young audiologist stepping into their first practice.
In the second of a three part series on transitioning from student to provider, Chris and Riley remind you of your value as a new audiologist! Recognize your value, communicate it and most importantly, demonstrate it!
In the first of a three part series on transitioning from student to provider, Chris and Riley kick things off with confidence. Where do you turn when your confidence is shaken or broken? This episode is not to be missed!
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