An Invitation to Become an Emotionally Intelligent Leader – free webinar 8/30/17

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Our tweet chat last night was filled with great ideas and the sharing of many issues that confront physicians who wish to lead from their passions but are worried they will get tripped up if their emotions come out at inopportune times.  While both genders struggle with gender-based stereotypes regarding emotions, we would like to offer a program especially geared toward the challenges that women physicians face.

Deborah Munhoz, MS, PCC, and I invite you to join our webinar, hosted by the American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) (physicianleaders.org) on Wednesday, August 30th from noon-1PM Eastern.  We will bust some myths about emotions, discuss the importance of Emotional Intelligence in patient care as well as leadership, and you will leave with a simple, 3-step process for using your emotions powerfully to gain greater influence in your life.  AAPL has graciously allowed us to invite non-members to the webinar.  We hope you’ll join us! To register, click here.

Warm regards,

Helane

 

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About Helane Fronek

Over the past 28 years I have had a fascinating and fulfilling career in medicine, initially practicing as a general internist and then as a procedural specialist, caring for patients with vein disorders. As Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC- San Diego School of Medicine, I’m thrilled to be teaching medical students crucial communication skills along with many other aspects involved in the practice of medicine.
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