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Join these conversations with agile leaders – executives, business leaders and experts from all sectors come together and share practical leadership insights around leading in today’s workplaces after reading '8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility.' They will be sharing some strategic advice on you can pivot and use the agile mindset to develop a leadership style that's more future-proof, make sense of the complexities and lead with authenticity and ease.
 
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What Private Equity is The best time to sell my practice Whether there is a specific time of year to sell Whether opening a new clinic during the sale process is an issue What will likely happen to the brand and culture after the transaction What is attractive for potential buyers when considering whether to purchase a practice Typical changes afte…
 
In this podcast titled, “Owning your own PT practice – Keys to Success” we have the great pleasure speaking again with Pat Green, owner of Chautauqua PT, OT and SLP Professionals. In this episode I discuss with Pat the trials and tribulations of owning his own practice. More specifically we talk about: What he is most proud of when reflecting on hi…
 
In this podcast titled, "What is my Practice Worth” we have the great pleasure speaking again with Steve Tolger,, Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions, at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Our discussion in this episode with Steve focuses on: What financial indicators do we use to value a business What period of time is typically used when …
 
In this podcast titled, “The Steps Involved With Selling Your Outpatient Therapy Practice” we have the great pleasure speaking with Steve Tolger,, Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions, at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Our discussion with Steve focuses on: When it is a good time to consider selling your PT business The common steps invol…
 
In this podcast titled, “Physical Therapist Burnout: Causes and Solution” we have the great pleasure speaking with Meredith Castin, a licensed physical therapist, entrepreneur, career strategist, and owner of The Non-Clinical PT. Our discussion with Meredith focuses on: What we mean when we talk about clinician burn out How burnout is manifested Wh…
 
In this podcast titled, “Trials and tribulations of foreign trained Physical Therapists” we speak to Anal Shah, an experienced physical therapist who emigrated to the USA after having completed her training abroad. Our discussion with Anal focuses on: Our experience obtaining verification of PT credentials in the US The state licensure and visa pro…
 
In this podcast titled, “The Role of a Commercial Real Estate Broker in helping find and secure your new clinic location” we speak to Shirward Punches, commercial real estate broker from CARR Our discussion with Shirward focuses on: What the role of the Commercial Real Estate Broker is Why a potential new clinic owner should engage a commercial rea…
 
In this podcast titled, “Managing The Proposed CMS Fee Schedule Cuts" we speak to TIffany Warden and Lindsey Nicholson. Patrick Slotman. Tiffany currently serves as the Clinical Compliance Officer at Alliance Physical Therapy. Lindsey is the Vice President of Clinical Operations at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Alliance Physical Therapy Partn…
 
In this podcast titled, “Outpatient Physical Therapy By The Numbers (Part 2)” we once again speak to Patrick Slotman. Patrick currently serves as Vice President of Clinical Operations at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners, a leader in outpatient physical therapy. Our discussion with Patrick focuses on: · Where to start when talking about metrics wi…
 
In this podcast titled, “The Future of Virtual Physical Therapy)” we speak to Ben Keeton. Ben currently serves as Director of Clinical Operations at The Jackson Clinics, a leader in outpatient physical therapy in Virginia. Our discussion with Ben focuses on: One's experience to date as it pertains to delivering physical therapy virtually The skepti…
 
In this podcast titled, “Outpatient Physical Therapy By The Numbers (Part 1)” we speak to Patrick Slotman. Patrick currently serves as Vice President of Clinical Operations at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners, a leader in outpatient physical therapy. Our discussion with Patrick focuses on: Why measure? What are KPIs and how they vary between prov…
 
In this podcast titled, “Building a High Performing Team” we speak to Ryan Klepps. Ryan currently serves as Vice President of Operations at WebPT, leading the Onboarding, Member Education, Data Operations/Interoperability, and Member Support teams. Our discussion with Ryan focuses on: How we define a ‘high performing team’ The need to build the tea…
 
In this podcast titled, “Management of Cancelations and No Shows” we speak to Ryan Martin. Ryan is the Group Director for Back In Motion Physical Therapy in Maine Our discussion with Ryan focuses on: How you define a cancelation Factors that cause cancelations and no shows Perceived value as a determinant of patient attendance Setting expectations …
 
Leading a team through a time of crisis is never easy. It's even more difficult when one has to deal with the emotional responses of those impacted by the event and in themselves. However, the right approach by a leader, with a touch of empathy, can ease teams through the darkest of days. Listen to this episode of Agile Leaders Conversations where …
 
In this podcast titled, “Lessons From An Early Careerist” we speak to Brianna Bianconi, a recently qualified physical therapist. Our discussion with Brianna focuses on: How did PT school help you prepare for your first job What types of classes were provided to compliment the clinical learning provided What else could have PT school taught you that…
 
Leadership is an evolutionary process that never ends. As a leader, it's important to stay on top of your game and adapt as the needs change throughout various stages in life or during different company evolutions. Catch this episode of Agile Leaders Conversations where I interview Change Coach and Human Resources Expert Raymond Tay for his views o…
 
In this podcast titled, “Common Causes of Write Offs: Pitfalls and Solutions” we speak to Stephanie Gardner, Director of Revenue Cycle for Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Our discussion with Stephanie focuses on: What do we mean by ‘write off’? How big a problem are ‘write offs’ What are the causes of ‘write off’ as it pertains to outpatient PT…
 
Today’s Agile&Me podcast is titled, “ The function and importance of Front Office in outpatient physical therapy clinics ”. We are thrilled to welcome our guests Linda Kerrick. Linda Kerrick is the Director of Front Office Operations for Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Richard & Linda discuss The role of the front office employee and their prim…
 
In this episode of Agile Leaders Conversations, I speak with fellow Forbes Coaches Council Member, Organizational Development Consultant, and author of From Behaviour to Well-Being, Mr Vinesh Sukumaran. Vinesh shares insights on how businesses can use the agile mindset to address the multiple paradoxes in their lives and build better businesses pos…
 
In episode 8 of Agile Leaders Conversations, hear Mr Ronnie Lee, General Country Manager of Lenovo Singapore share his insights after reading '8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility' and lots of leadership gold for aspiring and veteran leaders. From agility in creating great customer experience to envisioning future workplaces, this episode is not to be…
 
In this podcast titled, “The How & Why of Building a Relationship between the Physical Therapist and Physician Office” we speak to Mark Boncser, owner of Border Therapy Services. Our discussion with Mark Boncser focuses on: Why build a relationship with a physician office The impact of online social media and e-marketing on physician relations The …
 
In this podcast titled, “APTQI - How Advocacy Can Drive Change” we speak to Nick Patel. Nik is the Executive Director at the Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and Innovation (APTQI). Our discussion with Nick focuses on: What is advocacy and why it is important What are the types of activities involved with advocacy What was the genesis of APTQI…
 
Today’s Agile&Me podcast is titled, “ Building a Highly Successful Telemedicine Network: Lessons for Virtual Physical Therapy”. We are thrilled to welcome our guest, Dr. Jonathan Wiesen. Dr. Wiesen is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer for MediOrbis. Mediorbis is an innovative end-to-end telemedicine platform connecting patients with medical spe…
 
Today’s Agile&Me podcast is titled, “ The ABC of Custom Foot Orthotics & The Integration into Outpatient Physical Therapy”. We are thrilled to welcome our guests Stacy Parent & Dawn Yorton. Dawn Yorton is a certified Pedorthist and Stacy Parent is the Director of Operations for BioCorrect (a manufacturer of handcrafted custom orthotics) Richard, Da…
 
In this podcast titled, “Outpatient Physical Therapy: Addressing the 90% problem” we speak to Scott Hebert. Scott is the Director of Product management for WebPT, the nation’s leading rehab therapy software platform and the co-founder of Strive Labs. Our discussion with Scott Hebert focuses on: What is the ‘90% problem’ The main reasons for why we …
 
In this episode, hear Mr Christian Kastner, a veteran sales leader, share his insights after reading '8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility' and many more great advice on leadership and life. This great advice will help leaders relook their focus and emphasis on life. Connect with Christian at https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiankastner/ and his serie…
 
In this episode, Mr Andrew Shuttleworth, Head of Business Development APAC, Agorize (formerly Country Manager of Cloud Ace Singapore) joins us and shares his favorite paradoxes. He also urges all leaders to step up early and grasp opportunities to step out of their comfort zone. An episode not to be missed! To connect with Andrew, reach out to him …
 
This episode discusses the outpatient physical therapy evaluation and management of long-haul Covid patients. Richard speaks to Gretchen Walsh, the Director of Clinical Excellence and Leadership for Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Richard and Gretchen discuss: · The different types of Covid patients suitable for outpatient physical therapy · Th…
 
In episode 12 of Agile Leaders Conversations, join Ms May Tuck Wong and I as we discuss the importance of knowing oneself on a leader's pursuit of agility. Personal mastery is now more important than ever. In this video, May shares the ELSP model from the Leadership Coefficient and how it can work hand-in-hand with 8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility…
 
With more than 400 published randomized trials in orthopedics, the science in targeted clinical nutrition is advancing rapidly and the case for utilizing it as a modality in patient care has become firmly established, including adoption by leading orthopedic hospitals. In this episode we speak to the CEO of MEND, one of the firms leading the charge…
 
In episode 11 of Agile Leaders Conversations, it's with great pleasure that I have the opportunity to speak with Mr Sunil Mundra. Hear his perspectives on agility from the enterprise context and how it synergizes with leadership agility. Sunil is an Enterprise Agility consultant and author of 'Enterprise Agility: Being Agile in a Changing World' an…
 
In this episode (episode 13) of Agile Leaders Conversations, hear Mr Fadly Rasyad share his insights after being in the agile transformation for over 20 years. Discover the reason why most transformations fail and how to avoid that. Fadly is a seasoned DevOps consultant and Enterprise Agile Coach so his insights will be so valuable to any business …
 
In this episode (episode 14) of Agile Leaders Conversations, hear Mr Frederic Ducros, a veteran in the digital transformation space. Frederic played the role of Chief Transformation Officer in AirAsia, spent more than 15 years in consulting firms and spoke at the Business Agility Conference in New York. Hear Fred share how leaders should approach t…
 
In this episode (episode 15) of Agile Leaders Conversations, hear Ms Kiran Mann, Founder of M2M Business Solutions, a people-centric business advisory company. Located in Canada, Kiran's futuristic approach and the ability to use unconventional tools and techniques that drive results enabled her to play a critical role in enhancing the overall valu…
 
This episode discusses the basic building blocks of a robust compliance program for outpatient therapy clinics and the likely changes in the regulatory environment in the future. Richard speaks to Tiffany Warden, the clinical compliance officer for Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. Richard and Tiffany discuss: · Tiffany’s history working in compl…
 
This podcast focuses on the current situation as it pertains to the effects of Covid on outpatient therapy services and the likely future impact. There have been a large number of webinars and presentations looking at the impact of Covid on therapy services in 2020, but this podcast focuses our attention to the here and now. One can only influence …
 
Agile&Me: A Physical Therapy Leadership Podcast Series This episode discusses with Anne Frederick, M.A., CCC/SLP, the role of a talent acquisition, common recruiting questions and the impact of Covid on the hiring of clinicians. Anne Frederick has been recruiting healthcare professionals for 15+ years and is the owner of RehabResources. Anne can be…
 
Agile&Me: A Physical Therapy Leadership Podcast Series. This episode discusses with Anthony Placek various attributes and factors associated with good operational leadership. Anthony is an expert in the fields of leadership development, culture transformation, and operational consulting. He has over 15 years of experience as a strategic operations …
 
This episode discusses virtual care and physical therapy with special guest Dan Hirai DPT. Telehealth physical therapy has become a popular treatment option during the pandemic. Dan and Richard discuss: · Dan’s experience with telehealth physical therapy · How telehealth physical therapy works for clinicians and patients · The advantages of telehea…
 
Agile&Me: A Physical Therapy Leadership podcast series. A podcast devised to help emerging and experienced therapy leaders learn more about various topics relevant to outpatient therapy services. This is the first episode of the Agile&Me: A Physical Therapy Leadership podcast series where we learn about the host, Richard Leaver. Richard is currentl…
 
Chris Williams is author and host of the Badass Agile Podcast. He has spent the past 20 years of his career teaching and consulting in technology and management. He has seen every kind of trend come and go, and has met every kind of leader. But Chris also has a long background as a musician, audio engineer, business owner and entrepreneur, coach – …
 
A Professional Scrum Trainer with Scrum.org, Ryan Ripley has experience as a software developer, manager, director, and ScrumMaster at various Fortune 500 companies in the medical device, wholesale, and financial services industries. Ryan is committed to helping teams break the cycle of “bad Scrum” so they can deliver valuable software that delight…
 
Dave West is the CEO at Scrum.org. He is a frequent keynote at major industry conferences and is a widely published author of articles and research reports, along with his acclaimed book: Head First Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, that helped define new software modeling and application development processes. He led the development of the Rati…
 
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