Proactively Planning the Future of Your Pharmacy

You may not be able to predict your pharmacy’s future, but you can create it. Watch the webinar replay to learn best practices for setting goals and creating a strategic plan for your pharmacy business.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Articulate your short and long term goals for your personal life and your business

  • Identify 2022 SMART Goals that align to your vision, mission and values

  • Integrate your team into long-term goal planning and implementation

In our industry, the one sure thing is uncertainty, and at PDS, we believe that doesn’t mean that you live in a reactive state. Simply put, a strategic plan allows you to take control, improve clarity and move forward with confidence when running your business.

Meet Your Hosts

John M. Fischette, MBA

John has been a Business Consultant and Executive Coach for 20 years. He brings best practices from several industries to help businesses better serve their customers, improve their bottom lines, and achieve their goals. He has helped companies large and small maximize their performance and potential via leadership, management, and team training programs, new streams of income, and cost-saving initiatives. John is a Best of LinkedIn Executive Coach, a Business Psychology Expert, and has over a decade of working within the retail and wellness industries.

Shannon Schulz

Managing Business Coach

Shannon received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Michigan and her master’s in management from Aquinas College. She held a variety of operational leadership positions at Spectrum Health before joining PDS. She gets to pay it forward as a business coach for independent pharmacies by helping to develop high-performance and accountable teams that can leverage technology, data, and innovation to drive better patient outcomes and business results. Shannon has held adjunct faculty and board positions at Grand Valley State University and Western Michigan University, with a focus on helping with the management and leadership curriculum in their Occupational Therapy programs.