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A Leader During a Crisis

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Tips to help navigate through a crisis

By Phil Cadman, PT, DPT

Crises come up for every leader of a physical therapy clinic at one time or another. They come in different shapes and forms. If you’re managing an outpatient physical therapy clinic, you will likely be in charge during a crisis at some point during your career, whether it be an equipment breakdown, a natural disaster, or the loss of a key employee through resignation or retirement.

It Takes a Village

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How the people in our lives elevate our best attributes and transform our leadership gaps

By Stephanie Weyrauch, PT, DPT, MSCI

The theme of this year’s Private Practice Section Annual Conference reflected what we all experienced during the pandemic: resilience during a time of uncertainty. Leaders faced new challenges and looked to loved ones, colleagues, mentors, and within themselves for support and guidance.

Connections Through Crisis

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Recognizing the power of community

By Scott McAfee, PT, DPT

Everything was going according to your plan. Business was good, employees were happy, and you established some ambitious 2020 annual goals to start your year off strong.

Face Your Fears and Fall in Love with the Process

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Focusing on the journey gets you closer to your goals

By Dr. Arianne Missimer, PT, RD, LDN

Are you afraid to change jobs, open your own practice, ask for a raise, or brand yourself on social media? Are you waiting for some sign or perfect conditions? Perhaps you are procrastinating under the guise of perfectionism?

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