Coaching Healthcare Professionals

Quick Reads

Courageous Coping with Disruption

Effective coping with disruption in our exponentially changing times requires self‐leadership, agility, and the ability to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Disruption can...

Quick Reads

Courageous Coping with Disruption

Effective coping with disruption in our exponentially changing times requires self‐leadership, agility, and the ability to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Disruption can...

Quick Reads

Courageous Coping with Disruption

Effective coping with disruption in our exponentially changing times requires self‐leadership, agility, and the ability to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Disruption can...

Videos

Courageous Conversations between Competence, Care and Compassion

Keynote presentation by David Whyte at the 2015 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference. 

Coaching Physicians on Burnout

Around 50% of physicians today are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, which has emerged as a crisis in the healthcare industry. Dr. Adelman leads Physicians...

Exploring the Empathy Effect

Empathy 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 ac...

Imposter Syndrome, Burnout, and Minfulness

Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC, part-time Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, master physician coach, and mindfulness teacher, sheds important light on how the Imposter Syndro...

Brain and Health Performance

What exactly is “brain health”? Why is the topic of brain health so important now, and why is it especially relevant to the professional coaching arena? Is brain health genetica...

Essential Mindfulness Toolkit

As coaches, we help clients develop the needed awareness, clarity, and choice to successfully achieve their goals. These are qualities that mindfulness helps us build. In this w...

Sonja Lyubomirsky

2016 Conference Interview with Sonja Lyubomirsky, as interviewed by Joan Ryan, Senior Leadership Coach and IOC Founding Fellow

Finding Paths to Healthier Workplaces

There is a lot of evidence that poorly designed work environments can be stressful and socially toxic, leading to negative outcomes for both the organization and the people who...

Developing Physician Leaders

This session discusses highly successful leadership training, coaching, and assessment programs conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical Scho...

Videos

Courageous Conversations between Competence, Care and Compassion

Keynote presentation by David Whyte at the 2015 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference. 

Coaching Physicians on Burnout

Around 50% of physicians today are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, which has emerged as a crisis in the healthcare industry. Dr. Adelman leads Physicians...

Exploring the Empathy Effect

Empathy 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 ac...

Imposter Syndrome, Burnout, and Minfulness

Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC, part-time Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, master physician coach, and mindfulness teacher, sheds important light on how the Imposter Syndro...

Brain and Health Performance

What exactly is “brain health”? Why is the topic of brain health so important now, and why is it especially relevant to the professional coaching arena? Is brain health genetica...

Essential Mindfulness Toolkit

As coaches, we help clients develop the needed awareness, clarity, and choice to successfully achieve their goals. These are qualities that mindfulness helps us build. In this w...

Sonja Lyubomirsky

2016 Conference Interview with Sonja Lyubomirsky, as interviewed by Joan Ryan, Senior Leadership Coach and IOC Founding Fellow

Finding Paths to Healthier Workplaces

There is a lot of evidence that poorly designed work environments can be stressful and socially toxic, leading to negative outcomes for both the organization and the people who...

Developing Physician Leaders

This session discusses highly successful leadership training, coaching, and assessment programs conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical Scho...

Videos

Courageous Conversations between Competence, Care and Compassion

Keynote presentation by David Whyte at the 2015 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference. 

Coaching Physicians on Burnout

Around 50% of physicians today are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, which has emerged as a crisis in the healthcare industry. Dr. Adelman leads Physicians...

Exploring the Empathy Effect

Empathy 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 ac...

Imposter Syndrome, Burnout, and Minfulness

Gail Gazelle, MD, MCC, part-time Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, master physician coach, and mindfulness teacher, sheds important light on how the Imposter Syndro...

Brain and Health Performance

What exactly is “brain health”? Why is the topic of brain health so important now, and why is it especially relevant to the professional coaching arena? Is brain health genetica...

Essential Mindfulness Toolkit

As coaches, we help clients develop the needed awareness, clarity, and choice to successfully achieve their goals. These are qualities that mindfulness helps us build. In this w...

Sonja Lyubomirsky

2016 Conference Interview with Sonja Lyubomirsky, as interviewed by Joan Ryan, Senior Leadership Coach and IOC Founding Fellow

Finding Paths to Healthier Workplaces

There is a lot of evidence that poorly designed work environments can be stressful and socially toxic, leading to negative outcomes for both the organization and the people who...

Developing Physician Leaders

This session discusses highly successful leadership training, coaching, and assessment programs conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical Scho...

Research

While physicians invest most of their days in caring for patients, there is much room for improvement in the care of physicians in today’s healthcare climate. Symptoms of burnou...

Research

While physicians invest most of their days in caring for patients, there is much room for improvement in the care of physicians in today’s healthcare climate. Symptoms of burnou...

Research

While physicians invest most of their days in caring for patients, there is much room for improvement in the care of physicians in today’s healthcare climate. Symptoms of burnou...

Articles

Putting Feelings into Words

Authors Torre and Lieberman first orient us on emotion regulation: Successful emotion regulation is often thought of as something that requires me...

Medicine, Minfulness and Humanity

The first book for the general public about the importance of mindfulness in medical practice, Attending is a groundbreaking, intimate exploration of...

New Insights into Burnout and Healthcare

Abstract: What do we know about burnout, and what can we do about it? This article will provide an overview of what has been...

Physician Burnout - Coaching a Way Out

Twenty-five to sixty percent of physicians report burnout across all specialties. Changes in the healthcare environment have created marked and growin...

Coaching for Primary Care Physicians

Exectutive Summary: Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) are increasingly recognized as vulnerable to burnout and wanting to leave medical...

Articles

Putting Feelings into Words

Authors Torre and Lieberman first orient us on emotion regulation: Successful emotion regulation is often thought of as something that requires mental or physical effort. It...

Medicine, Minfulness and Humanity

The first book for the general public about the importance of mindfulness in medical practice, Attending is a groundbreaking, intimate exploration of how doctors approach their...

New Insights into Burnout and Healthcare

Abstract: What do we know about burnout, and what can we do about it? This article will provide an overview of what has been learned from current resea...

Physician Burnout - Coaching a Way Out

Twenty-five to sixty percent of physicians report burnout across all specialties. Changes in the healthcare environment have created marked and growing external pressures. In ad...

Coaching for Primary Care Physicians

Exectutive Summary: Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) are increasingly recognized as vulnerable to burnout and wanting to leave medical practice. We conducted a ra...

Articles

Putting Feelings into Words

Authors Torre and Lieberman first orient us on emotion regulation: Successful emotion regulation is often thought of as something that requires mental or physical effort. It...

Medicine, Minfulness and Humanity

The first book for the general public about the importance of mindfulness in medical practice, Attending is a groundbreaking, intimate exploration of how doctors approach their...

New Insights into Burnout and Healthcare

Abstract: What do we know about burnout, and what can we do about it? This article will provide an overview of what has been learned from current resea...

Physician Burnout - Coaching a Way Out

Twenty-five to sixty percent of physicians report burnout across all specialties. Changes in the healthcare environment have created marked and growing external pressures. In ad...

Coaching for Primary Care Physicians

Exectutive Summary: Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) are increasingly recognized as vulnerable to burnout and wanting to leave medical practice. We conducted a ra...

Related MasterClasses

Both compassion and suffering are deeply wired in our subcortical brains, best shown in this photo of ...

Related MasterClasses

Both compassion and suffering are deeply wired in our subcortical brains, best shown in this photo of ...

Related MasterClasses

Both compassion and suffering are deeply wired in our subcortical brains, best shown in this photo of ...