11 Mar March 11, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:30pmonlineEmpathy is an essential skill in coaching clinicians and leaders in healthcare and beyond. Coachees often seek support from coaches on how to connect, understand, and respond accurately to their clients, colleagues, subordinates and patients. In this webinar we will review research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital that proved that empathy can be taught and learned, and discuss the importance of empathy for coachees in multiple domains including healthcare and business settings. With a solid foundation in evidence-based research, this webinar will provide coaches with information and tips for supporting clients to refine and improve their empathic skills so as to be more effective in their clinical and business practices. Presenter: Margaret Moore Go to Registration Page Margaret Moore/Coach Meg, MBA, is an executive coach, co-founder (2009) of the Institute of Coaching at McLean, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, and co-director of the Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference offered by Harvard Medical School since 2008. Moore teaches transformational leadership at Harvard Medical School’s Office of Global Education, and coaching psychology at Harvard University Extension School. Margaret is founder and CEO of Wellcoaches Corporation, a coaching school for health professionals, which has trained more than 12,000 coaches in 50 countries since 2000. In 2010 Margaret co-founded the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching, a nonprofit subsidiary of the National Board of Medical Examiners, establishing standards and reimbursement for the coaching workforce in healthcare. Margaret co-authored 18 peer-reviewed articles and 7 book chapters on coaching, the Coaching Psychology Manual published by Wolters Kluwer, and Harvard Health Books Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life and Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life.