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Leadership is a Journey: One Step at a Time

presented by Stephen Anderson, PT, DPT

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Great physical therapists are leaders, but many don’t self-identify in this way. The term “leadership” often implies a significance that can seem intimidating or overwhelming. In reality, good leadership is the result of many “little things” that are straightforward to execute. I believe that you can lead from any level. In this course, we will explore how to lead at various stages of your career, and what it means to lead in the physical therapy profession now. During our time together, we will discuss the foundational building blocks from which all good clinicians lead, reveal leadership tips and insights from my 35+ years in the profession, and demonstrate how our individual and collective success relies upon our ability to lead.

Meet Your Instructor

Stephen Anderson, PT, DPT

Steve Anderson is the CEO of Therapeutic Associates, a physical therapy company that consists of 83 outpatient clinics in Washington, Oregon and Idaho and a major hospital contract in Southern California. The company was formed in 1952 and Steve is only the 3rd CEO and has held this position for 19 years. As a physical…

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1. The Big WHY

Most of us were drawn to physical therapy out of a desire to help patients achieve their goals. We demonstrate consistent leadership with our patients. Tapping into our individual “big WHY” keeps us motivated and helps us see how to lead in all aspects of our career.

2. Leading Every Day

Leadership isn’t an event; it’s something you do every day through many “little” acts. Whether you are a supervisor of others, owner of a clinic, or a staff therapist, you have the opportunity to lead every day. In fact, everyone on your team has the opportunity to lead.

3. Take Leadership to the Big Stage… and Reach Beyond Your Immediate World

Leadership isn’t just about you reaching personal goals. It’s about advancing the profession that has given you so much.

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