Tag Archives: leadership
The Uber driver pulled up, saw our roller bags and exclaimed, “I’m so sorry! My trunk is filled with my gear!” I initially wondered why she would have agreed to take us to the airport, knowing her trunk was … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
The Secret to Becoming an Emotionally Intelligent Leader – please join me for a tweet chat Tuesday, August 22nd!
The value and power of Emotional Intelligence are well accepted. In fact, how we manage our own and others’ emotions can determine our own effectiveness as a physician and a leader. It’s my pleasure to invite you to join … Continue reading
In the first weeks of medical school, a colleague asked, “What do you like to do?” My response still saddens me: “I used to like to cook, and I used to like to read and I used to like to run.” It … Continue reading
Americans love Halloween, don’t you think? In fact, as our culture is increasingly polarized and each side seeks to be “purely” what they want to represent, the Halloween frenzy seems to increase. Halloween is a time to pretend we are someone … Continue reading
Sitting on a plane bound for the American Medical Women’s Association meeting, I struck up a wonderful conversation with the man next to me. A PhD in English and master’s degree in counseling preceded his law degree, which led to an … Continue reading