Transparency – The Key to a Strong Team

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.”  Phil Jackson, the masterful NBA coach, knows it takes a team to deliver success. And, equally, success is not a chance event. Work backwards from success and you’ll find: Careful planning and preparation A  like-minded team instilled with… Read More

Vulnerability

Vulnerability. It doesn’t get a mention in the physiotherapy space. Vulnerability within physiotherapy didn’t even occur to me until a close conversation with a friend (and fellow physio). One of the key things that physios lack, he said, is being vulnerable. To be wrong. And to tell others, our colleagues, that we stuffed up. Yes,… Read More

Picking a winner: How to choose the right place to work

Picking a place of work is a big decision. And there’s more pressure on those with skills, whether a trade or a university degree. “You have an education, it should be easy to get a job” Society Our expertise become a burden. We tend to rush, rather than taking the time to decide where to… Read More

The Caseload Balance – Prioritising Patients

Caseload management is a skill that comes with experience. And this true – to a degree. Because, if it’s a skill, it can be learnt. We don’t have to wait to make the mistakes that others have made. We can learn the fundamentals in advance. Despite this learnability, caseload management is given an underwhelming amount… Read More