June 30, 2015, 9:00 AM PDT / 12:00 PM EDT

Between treating patients, completing CEUs, running a business, and managing staff, it’s hard to have a life outside of work; heck, it’s probably difficult to keep your head on straight some days. Such are the trials and tribulations of a private practice PT. And with so many tasks and people competing for your attention, you might find yourself dealing with a bad case of burnout.

So, how do you wear so many hats—and juggle so many responsibilities—while saving time for all the things you love? Two words: time management. In this webinar, private practice consultant Dr. Jamey Schrier, PT, will join monthly host Heidi Jannenga to unveil proven strategies for effectively managing your time.

In this session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Identify and eliminate obvious—and not-so-obvious—timesucks.
  • Better prioritize your time and organize your calendar.
  • Properly delegate tasks and responsibilities.
  • Appropriately structure your team.

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