• Can You Hear Me Now? The Physical Therapist's Guide to Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work Image

    webinarJan 5, 2016

    Can You Hear Me Now? The Physical Therapist's Guide to Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

    Feedback: everyone wants it. Professional feedback, in particular, helps us become better employees, managers, peers, and providers. It’s mission-critical when it comes to improving patient care and exceeding business objectives. Why, then, are we rarely getting the feedback we need or giving others the feedback they deserve? And when we do deliver feedback, why doesn’t it always have the desired effect? On January 26, Dr. Heidi Jannenga will team up with special guest and renowned leadership coach …

  • Adjusting Your Perspective on Referrals Image

    articleJan 4, 2016 | 2 min. read

    Adjusting Your Perspective on Referrals

    Running a business can be challenging, and the world of private practice physical therapy is no exception. Every business needs to have customers, and although it seems strange to hope for injured people to walk through our doors, that’s exactly what we—as private practice owners and therapists—do.  So, how do we get more patients? By appreciating the ones we already have.  Often, we dismiss successes through statements like, “We had just two new patients this week!” The …

  • Overwhelmed? Here’s Your Solution Image

    articleNov 11, 2015 | 3 min. read

    Overwhelmed? Here’s Your Solution

    Someday is not a day of the week.” – Janet Dailey When did life get so busy and so full?  It seems to-do lists have taken over, which can be especially overwhelming if we face that one repeating thing on our to-do list daily. For weeks, I stared at “create a leadership development program.” Right. I’ll just sit down and do that after work. You can imagine what my mind did every time I came across that …

  • How to be Wildly Successful Without Being a Jerk Image

    articleNov 11, 2015 | 3 min. read

    How to be Wildly Successful Without Being a Jerk

    I consider self-awareness and mindfulness to be the most crucial components to leadership success and healthy organizations. Don’t get me wrong—you can have zero self-awareness, live in stress most of the time, be a total jerk, and still be monetarily successful.  However, if you would like to lead differently and measure the success of your life by more than how well you did surviving the day, please keep reading. I offer a leadership model here that I …

  • 5 Steps to Stay Present Image

    articleNov 11, 2015 | 4 min. read

    5 Steps to Stay Present

    I first started thinking about the power of presence as I looked at the pile of mail that had accumulated over the past two weeks while I was traveling. It resonated again when I considered the new exercise routine I’ve started to lose some body fat that somehow just showed up. But it really hit home when one of my team members asked to speak to me about something that was bothering her. To me, this issue …

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