EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Are You Withholding and Destroying Relationships?

Withholding. We’ve all been there. Having something we want and need to say but then not saying it. We call this the fool’s choice in relationships. Sure, there’s always a long list of “reasons” (excuses) of why we don’t want to share what’s on our mind and bothering us, but here’s the thing:

If…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: How to Retain Your Top Talent

How do we retain our top talent in our practice? Keeping your best people is such a good thing. We know the hiring process can be lengthy and even costly so we want to ensure that we create an environment worth staying in. Sometimes, however, we have a tough time keeping these great people. This is when we need to…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Creativity at Work

This week’s topic, on the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast, is creativity at work. Joining us is Teddy Heidt, the founder and Creative Officer of the Gauge Collective, a digital marketing anti-agency.

We’re always being asked to be creative all day at work. How do we best accomplish that and how do we keep it going? Teddy works…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: What I Believe from The Graham Sessions

This week, Dr. Daphne Scott shares her talk that she presented at The Graham Sessions on what she believes. The Graham Sessions are designed to support a free exchange of ideas and open conversation as it pertains to physical therapy and healthcare. There are a number of different sessions and presentations at The Graham Sessions, one of them asking presenters…

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EIM’s Inside Leadership Podcast: Gratitude: The Most Overlooked Practice

Why is gratitude SO powerful and SO important?

Gratitude, as a practice, truly begins to shift the habits of the mind.

One of the biggest habits the mind has is to continually look for problems. It does that through comparing, judging, and fixing.

Wow.

Welcome back to the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott! Today, Daphne discusses the…

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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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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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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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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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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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