Thoughts on the value of clinical experience, with a bit of advice for new grads
An essential skill to anyone looking to share their message at scale is to deliver the goods from the podium. I've got a few thoughts on the matter here in Part 1 of a two or three part series
Patient expectations are critical to outcomes. 1st impressions are critical to relationships. Are we thinking enough about how we are greeting our patients?
Live from Denver International Airport I talk about key questions to form a mentor relationship and to get key info from a trusted mentor. Also some thoughts on PRI.
We all talk about wanting mentorship, but are you honestly ready for it? If your trusted mentor gave targeted informed instructions on how you could improve your practice, are you honestly ready to follow it whole heartedly? Is your Followership dialed in?
I used to think no show and cancellation rate was the single most important metric to track, but I was wrong, let me explain
Leadership comes with a lot of responsibility, but there are also things that don't fit the job description. A few thoughts on what lies on both sides of that fence.
Traveling around the country and working with exceptional therapists gives me a unique opportunity to observe excellent therapists at work. My observations reveals that regardless of setting or specialty there are certain commonalities found in the best among us. Here are my musings on what a few of those are