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  1. Today’s pharmacist is constantly fighting fires. They starve their capacity to be leaders because they are too preoccupied with balancing the books, gaining the highest market share, having the highest growth and creating the biggest discounts to lure in customers.
    Before long, cracks in team communication start showing, impatience kicks in between the team members, trust breaks down, and everyone on the team is only looking out for themselves.
    In the end, the pharmacist is so focused on solving their current problems that the pharmacy as a whole lacks purpose and long-term business planning. What they don’t realise is that this focus on fighting today’s fires is ensuring more fires will ignite tomorrow.
    Leadership and leadership alone is what prevenst these fires and helps direct the pharmacy towards a meaningful direction.
    Thank you for a great post.

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