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3 Simple Steps for Befriending and Harnessing Your Emotions
Our culture derides emotions. One common belief is that emotions are bad, and not to be trusted. As doctors, we are taught to remain detached from our emotions, lest they affect our clinical decision-making or we appear less than … Continue reading
I am here. I am seen. Let 2019 be the year of authenticity, encourages a physician coach.
As I sit in our Cape Town hotel, I’m reminded of a story in The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, where Peter Senge describes a South African tribe whose members greet each other not with, “Hello,” but by saying, “I see you.” In … Continue reading
State your Intention Front and Center: Physician Coaching provides a powerful communication tool
As physicians, we make hundreds of decisions every day. Each is influenced by an intention, whether we are aware of it or not. Sadly, when we don’t communicate this, we leave a powerful tool untapped, resulting in a less focused … Continue reading
Dreading the holidays? Not if you give the gift of acknowledgment! Physician coaching makes the season festive
Here we are again! Another year has passed and we’re searching the internet, stopping by the mall, wondering what to get the important people on our lists. There’s always a new piece of technology or a good book, and most … Continue reading
An Invitation to Become an Emotionally Intelligent Leader – free webinar 8/30/17
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
Speak Out to Heal our Divide and Get What you Want. A physician coach offers a simple, 3-step process
Physicians report increased anxiety among patients, who cite the political climate as a major source of distress. “Our country is divided,” we often hear. Preferring not to consider others’ opinions, we remain in the echo chambers of shows that feature … Continue reading
Looking for the perfect gift? Here’s a daring suggestion!
The holidays are upon us – and with them, the stress of finding that perfect gift for our families, friends, colleagues and employees. Advertising comes at us from all angles and we wonder what each person on our list might … Continue reading
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Take a moment to give thanks – a physician coach’s RX for a happy Thanksgiving
I love Thanksgiving! As a child, it was my favorite holiday, as our family came together and the house was filled with the smell of my mother’s delicious cooking. Our cousins would arrive and we would play until dinner was ready. As … Continue reading