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Reflections From a Leadership Coach: The Top 3 Lessons I Learned

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Reflections From a Leadership Coach: The Top 3 Lessons I Learned

Reflections from a Physician Leadership Coach: The Top 3 Lessons I Learned Through the years of being a healthcare leader, there were many lessons that I learned.   During the various…
December 11, 2020

Reflections From a Leadership Coach: The Top 3 Lessons I Learned

Reflections from a Physician Leadership Coach: The Top 3 Lessons I Learned

Through the years of being a healthcare leader, there were many lessons that I learned.  

During the various leadership roles that I held throughout my 20 plus years in medicine, the most important thing I did during my career journey was to really step back and think about things that I learned along the way. I practiced in clinical medicine, had leadership roles in the healthcare industry, academic medicine, public health, and also in hospital administration. 

Those lessons only made me better and inspired me to share my journey with others. In this episode, I am going to share with you the top three leadership lessons that I learned.

Topics Discussed:

Topic 1 Your journey through leadership is a marathon, not a sprint

Topic 2 Teamwork makes the dream work

Topic 3 Be open to learning something new

Find out more about my new Physician Leadership Academy where you can learn the skills you need to transition into a leadership role and earn 18 CME credits. Schedule a Roadmap to Leadership session at www.schedulewithdrlisa.com

If you’re ready to transition into a leadership role and need support during your career journey, join our private FB group, Building Women Physician Leaders, where you will receive insight and wisdom from an experienced leadership coach and an awesome group of like-minded women.

 

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