A cultural shift in management can galvanize organizations to move from “losing less” into “gaining more” in productivity and in profit.
By Ben Fung, PT, DPT, MBA*, and Gene Shirokobrod, PT, DPT*
Employee disengagement is estimated to cost over $450 billion to the U.S. economy—with $30 billion specifically attributed to Millennials, annually.
Exploring the necessity of self-management in leadership.
By Daphne R. Scott, PT
Leading others can come with its own set of unique challenges and it’s worth it to spend the time learning some of the tricks of the trade to become effective.
Employee engagement is a very important aspect of business growth.
By Matt Slimming, PT, DPT
Private practice owners seem to spend most of their time on patient care, marketing activities, and getting a grip on the financial aspect of the business.
What is your purpose for the assessment and how will you use the results?
By Robbie Leonard, PT, DPT*
Health care organizations are notorious for placing the best clinician in a leadership role without a thorough understanding of the person’s ability to lead and perform in that role.
By Laura Moroney, MS
“Engagement” is a word we’ve been talking about a lot lately.