Episode #29: How to Gain Staff Accountability

One of the greatest frustrations of being a private practice owner is working with staff who lack accountability. Meaning, they failed to do what they knew was expected of them or they failed to follow through with what they said they were going to do. In both of these instances, the employee fully understands that it is their responsibility to complete a particular task, and yet they choose to not complete it. Why is this? Why is it that some people rise to the occasion and hit their targets with great pride, while others are not bothered by incomplete tasks? It all comes down to accountability, and staff accountability comes from leadership.

This week in our Private Practice Podcast, Brian Gallagher talks about how to hold your staff accountable and why that accountability comes from leadership.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Learn about how the law of authenticity plays into being a good leader.
  • Brian talks about the definition of a good leader – and why inspiring and empowering staff makes a good leader.
  • How to begin to hold staff accountable and how accountability starts with someone willing to take ownership over their actions.
  • Conversations with owners – Brian shares a conversation he had with an owner about accountability and talks about the training in MEG Academy that helps owners achieve consistent and reliable accountability.

For more information on how we can help grow your private physical therapy practice, contact us for a 15-minute practice assessment call to find out how you can benefit from our solutions.

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