The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP #26: Should Doctors Get Professional Coaching?
So, let’s get real for a moment. Coaching has become more and more common. That includes both the “good” kind of coaching and the “slimy” sales-person style of coaching. So, it has become challenging to determine if coaching for doctors is a good thing or not.
Let this episode put that to bed for you as we discuss what good coaching looks like, how to find it, and whether it is right for you or not.
Today You’ll Learn
- The evidence that supports professional coaching for physicians.
- The difference between causal coaching and advice-ladened coaching.
- How to find a good coach.
- And more!
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