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Angela Mucic - Brand Physio, Disability & becoming a Business Consultant

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Angela Mucic is the Learning and Development Manager at Neuro Rehab Allied Health Network, she’s a business consultant with an MBA and a passion for helping Allied Health business find the place where they can succeed.
[email protected]
NeuroRehab Allied Health Network (NRAH) www.nrah.com.au
Linked in - https://au.linkedin.com/in/angelamucichttps://www.linkedin.com/company/neurorehab-allied-health-network/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NeuroRehab-Allied-Health-Network-251023055106190/
2.09 / 3.23 - Intro
4.22 - Career pathway
9.09 Switching career trajectory
11.50 - Communicating with consumers
13.42 - Building varied professional & life experience
14.53 - Current role
18.20 - Brand Physio brand
26.50 - People want to go to normal gyms
28.19 - Leaving clinical but continuing to draw on it
31.07 - The future of the NDIS
36.38 - Advice for following Ange’s career

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