EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Deep Leadership

Today, we’re discussing Deep Leadership. Welcome back to the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott! Deep leadership is the intentional focus on leading with the greatest motivation in mind. It’s based on the idea of “deep work,” which is a phrase that caught on a few years ago. Deep work is described as working on a…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Predictions for Physical Therapy in 2018

Here at Evidence in Motion, we’ve always written out our predictions on the EIM blog. Today, Dr. Larry Benz shares six of his predictions for 2018. These include:

A low overall growth rate for physical therapy.
The focus, for a practice, needs to be on customer service (specifically scheduling and wait times).
The middlemen in physical therapy will “soften…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: What I Learned in 2017

Dr. Daphne Scott shares what she learned in 2017 on today’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast. This episode incorporates a few key concepts about reflection, vision, and action all within the container of “learning.” One important piece about reflection to remember is that it is to be used as a learning tool and nothing more. It’s easy to fall…

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Clinical Podcast: Fascinating Research to Practical Application with Dr. Paul Mintken

Happy New Year! To kick off 2018, we have Dr. Paul Mintken on today’s EIM Clinical Podcast with Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs. Dr. Mintken is at the CU Physical Therapy Program in Denver, Colorado where he is a full professor, clinician, and researcher.

Paul really does a lot for physical therapy to continue to help move…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: The Is-Ness of the Biz-Ness

Happy New Year! Now that it’s 2018, we want to kick this year off to the right start. On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne discusses the “is-ness of the biz-ness.” Otherwise put: facing reality. This topic is SO important because if you resist reality as it is right now (i…

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Clinical Podcast: Part 2 with Dr. Chad Cook

It’s the last EIM Clinical Podcast of 2017 and on this week’s episode, Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs are joined, once again, by Dr. Chad Cook for part 2 of their discussion back in episode 35. Chad is the Director of Duke University’s DPT program as well as a clinical trialist and well-known researcher…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Why Leaders Need Self Awareness

This week, on the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, we’re discussing why it is SO, absolutely, and massively important leaders need self-awareness. Sure, there are extremely effective leaders who don’t possess self-awareness, but they’re usually in the form of something destructive, like a dictator. So what is self-awareness?

Self-awareness is…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: End of Year Thoughts

This week, on the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast, Dr. Larry Benz is hosting a special holiday edition to wrap up a fantastic year with Evidence In Motion and the EIM Practice Leadership Podcast. Dr. Benz discusses disparate activities with the goal of connecting them together into important teaching points.

These topics include:

Academic ignorance/business life cycle (which include some…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: A Great PT Doesn’t Make A Great Leader

This week, on the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, we are making the statement that a great physical therapist does not necessarily make a great leader. It makes sense, but it’s such an important factor to consider, especially if you ever move into a position where you are responsible for other people’s work.

The jump…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: It’s Time for a Serious Vacation

On this week’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott, Daphne shares a conversation she had with Dr. Katherine Hendricks about being very serious about taking a vacation. With that seriousness comes being READY for the vacation so that you don’t have to spend the entire time recovering.

There are three important points to consider doing before…

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