We at Diabetic Institute of Pakistan (DIP) teach Crucial accountability, step by step process for enhancing accountability, improving disease management and ensuring execution of all the measures that must be adopted by the patient as well as the diabetologist. By learning how to talk about violated expectations in a way that solves problems while improving relationship between a diabetologist and a patient .This will improve patient himself, Diabetologist expectations from patient and vice versa and hospital`s effectiveness. 

Crucial accountability teaches both the diabetologist and patient how to hold anyone accountable regardless of position or temperament. Determine the potential root causes of misaligned or bad behavior. Empower patient and diabetologist by working together to diagnose and come up with solutions. The step by step approach will help patient and diabetologist to achieve measurable results including greater accountability, fewer missed instructions, increased patient and diabetologist performance, better one on one diabetes management discussions, and strengthen relationships. These skills have already improved the lives of hundreds of thousands patients and the cultural of many of the top diabetic hospital around the globe including ours.    

But what if there are persistent diabetic problems with your loved one that you would like to change but unable to do so? Are you frustrated at not being able to solve these problems despite your best attempts? You are not alone, many people want to change behaviour either of their own or their loved ones to solve diabetic problems but can’t because they lack influence. Chronic persistent influence challenges are often hardest to solve because they are rooted in human behaviour. It seems that the best most effective way to affect these problems is to learn what influences behaviour and use that knowledge to create a successful change strategy. Thankfully there is a proven way to increase your influence 10 fold so that you take necessary steps to act meaningful change to yourself. No matter how you entrench the behaviors, patients can learn the 6 sources of influence that drive behaviour and how utilizing 4 or more of these sources can increase their likelihood of success 10 fold. 

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