Leading Across Generations How to Perform a Leadership Audit Service and Servant Leadership: Part of the PT DNA Leaders Need Numbers
Leading Across Generations How to Perform a Leadership Audit Service and Servant Leadership: Part of the PT DNA Leaders Need Numbers

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Practice Management

Leadership in the Modern Workspace – A Crisis of Communication

The following poem was taken from my personal journal that I had written back in August 2020.

By Domenic Fraboni


New Congress. New Administration. New Opportunities.

2021 is a year that is burdened with a lot of expectations.

By Alpha Lillstrom Cheng, JD, MA


Brenda Grumley

Committee Chair Letter

By Brenda Grumley

Greetings! I am honored to be the Incoming Chair for the Administrators’ Network.
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Kristen Wilson

November 2020

By Kristen Wilson, PT, DPT

As an inexperienced practice-owner, in an effort to help my business grow, I spent hours reading about the skills and qualities necessary to be a strong leader.
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Five-Minute Fix

I Need a Manager, Quick!
Few things can disrupt a smoothly running clinic like a manager exit.
By Lisa Mackell, MPT


The Administrative Burden and Mental Stress of Audits
The adage, “If momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy,” is a very transferable truism and certainly can apply to working with health care auditors.
Mary Daulong, PT


The 4 Traits of Successful PT Marketing Leaders
In the 2015 Forbes article “4 Traits of Successful Marketing Leaders,” marketing strategist Steve Olenski culls a list down from two separate lists of 12 traits each into a succinct group of attributes.
By Peter Decouteau

Administrator's Edge

Are You an Authentic Leader?
There are multiple facets cut into the rough gemstone that we call leadership.
By Kim Stamp

Lessons Learned

Obstacles are Opportunities
Everyone loves an environment where reimbursement is high, pandemics are non-existent, business is growing, financials are soaring, employees and customers are happy, and operations are running smoothly and consistently.
By Secili DeStefano, PT, DPT

Resource Review

Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t
From the basketball court to the conference room, cooperation and trust are vital components of a successful team.
Review by Meredith Birkhead

PPS On The Move

2021 Graham Sessions
Presented by the Institute of Private Practice Physical Therapy, the annual Graham Sessions is the premier opportunity for physical therapy professionals to engage in open, often spirited dialog on issues affecting the industry.

Proposed Section Name Change
Both at the 2020 Annual Conference Business meeting and in an article in the November 2020 Impact issue, the PPS Board has been sharing the results of the Name Change Task Force.

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