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Episode 1590 - Breaking up with deliverables #PTonICE Daily Show

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Dr. Jeff Moore // #LeadershipThursday // www.ptonice.com 


In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, ICE CEO Jeff Moore discusses the idea that moving into a leadership role requires a shift in mindset from focusing on individual accomplishments and deliverables to prioritizing the building of culture and guiding the team. Jeff emphasizes that one of the hardest things about transitioning into a leadership role is separating your sense of worth from the tangible outcomes of projects. Instead, leaders need to concentrate on steering the team in the right direction and creating an environment that fosters productivity and engagement.
Jeff describes that a true leader's job is not to solve every problem or complete every project themselves. Instead, their role is to provide guidance and support to the team, ensuring that they stay on track and between the "buoys." This means constantly having touch points to build culture and considering where the team should go, as well as where they should not go.
Jeff also highlights the importance of reframing what being productive looks like in a leadership role. It suggests that leaders should focus their energy on three main areas: culture building, organizing and strategizing, and problem-solving. Culture building is described as the leader's top priority, as they need to create an environment that people want to be a part of. Organizing and strategizing involves evaluating when to intervene and when to let capable team members come to their own conclusions. And problem-solving requires knowing when to provide guidance, but not getting caught up in completing the task oneself.
Overall, Jeff suggests that moving into a leadership role requires a shift in mindset from individual achievement to team success.

Take a listen to the podcast episode or read the full transcription below.
If you're looking to learn more about courses designed to start your own practice, check out our Brick by Brick practice management course or our online physical therapy courses, check out our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab.
EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION

JEFF MOORE

All right team, what's up? Welcome to the PT on Ice Daily Show. My name is Dr. Jeff Moore, currently serving as a CEO of ICE, and always thrilled to be here on Leadership Thursday, which is always Gut Check Thursday. Let's get right to brass tacks. What's the workout this week? It is ascending squats, but of decreasing challenge, and then the reverse for our gymnastics. So it's gonna look like this, kind of an interesting workout. So it is for time, You're gonna open up with nine overhead squats. That barbell prescribed weight's gonna be 135, 95, so scale accordingly. Paired with 21 pull-ups. Then you're gonna increase your squat number 15, but moving to front squat, same barbell weight. gymnastics going to 15 chest-to-bars and then 21 back squats and then 9 muscle-ups. So you got kind of this 9, 15, 21 climbing a number of a decreasing complexity on the squats and then the opposite 21, 15, 9 as your gymnastics get more challenging. So should be a very interesting workout. Just one time through that for time. All right, regarding upcoming courses, it is all about the certifications this week. So if you have not heard, we launched our entire brand new suite of new and renovated certifications over on ice. So we've got our brand new pelvic certification. We've got our dry needling certification now. The group has launched that advanced course. We have our brand new ortho certification, the endurance athlete certification. on top of a tremendous amount of renovation and facelift on all the other ones. So if you have not browsed our new certification offerings, go to PTOnIce.com. That certi

Dr. Jeff Moore // #LeadershipThursday // www.ptonice.com 


In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, ICE CEO Jeff Moore discusses the idea that moving into a leadership role requires a shift in mindset from focusing on individual accomplishments and deliverables to prioritizing the building of culture and guiding the team. Jeff emphasizes that one of the hardest things about transitioning into a leadership role is separating your sense of worth from the tangible outcomes of projects. Instead, leaders need to concentrate on steering the team in the right direction and creating an environment that fosters productivity and engagement.
Jeff describes that a true leader's job is not to solve every problem or complete every project themselves. Instead, their role is to provide guidance and support to the team, ensuring that they stay on track and between the "buoys." This means constantly having touch points to build culture and considering where the team should go, as well as where they should not go.
Jeff also highlights the importance of reframing what being productive looks like in a leadership role. It suggests that leaders should focus their energy on three main areas: culture building, organizing and strategizing, and problem-solving. Culture building is described as the leader's top priority, as they need to create an environment that people want to be a part of. Organizing and strategizing involves evaluating when to intervene and when to let capable team members come to their own conclusions. And problem-solving requires knowing when to provide guidance, but not getting caught up in completing the task oneself.
Overall, Jeff suggests that moving into a leadership role requires a shift in mindset from individual achievement to team success.

Take a listen to the podcast episode or read the full transcription below.
If you're looking to learn more about courses designed to start your own practice, check out our Brick by Brick practice management course or our online physical therapy courses, check out our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab.
EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION

JEFF MOORE

All right team, what's up? Welcome to the PT on Ice Daily Show. My name is Dr. Jeff Moore, currently serving as a CEO of ICE, and always thrilled to be here on Leadership Thursday, which is always Gut Check Thursday. Let's get right to brass tacks. What's the workout this week? It is ascending squats, but of decreasing challenge, and then the reverse for our gymnastics. So it's gonna look like this, kind of an interesting workout. So it is for time, You're gonna open up with nine overhead squats. That barbell prescribed weight's gonna be 135, 95, so scale accordingly. Paired with 21 pull-ups. Then you're gonna increase your squat number 15, but moving to front squat, same barbell weight. gymnastics going to 15 chest-to-bars and then 21 back squats and then 9 muscle-ups. So you got kind of this 9, 15, 21 climbing a number of a decreasing complexity on the squats and then the opposite 21, 15, 9 as your gymnastics get more challenging. So should be a very interesting workout. Just one time through that for time. All right, regarding upcoming courses, it is all about the certifications this week. So if you have not heard, we launched our entire brand new suite of new and renovated certifications over on ice. So we've got our brand new pelvic certification. We've got our dry needling certification now. The group has launched that advanced course. We have our brand new ortho certification, the endurance athlete certification. on top of a tremendous amount of renovation and facelift on all the other ones. So if you have not browsed our new certification offerings, go to PTOnIce.com. That certi

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