Live Webinar

Defining the Competencies Specific to Coaching Physicians

July 16, 2024
10:00am to 11:00am ET


Registration fee for non-members: $25
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The unique culture and current circumstances of healthcare require an emphasis on particular competencies for coaches who work with physicians and their leaders. General coach competency models provide a foundation, but specialization is needed to adequately address these needs. In this webinar, authors of the paper Competencies for Those Who Coach Physicians: A Modified Delphi Study will discuss the results of a study aimed at codifying what coaches need to know and be able to do to work effectively with physicians.

Participants will:

  • Learn about the methodology used to develop expert consensus on physician coaching competencies
  • Understand how physician coaching competencies build on existing industry standards
  • Identify the key areas of competence in physician coaching
  • Examine some competencies in detail, including their particular relevance to healthcare clients

Note: it is not necessary to have read the paper before the webinar, but we invite you to do so at your leisure.

Continuing Education Credits:

This webinar is approved for 1 CEU from The International Coaching Federation (ICF) (.75 Core Competency & .25 Resource Development), the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC), EMCC Global, Association for Coaching and Wellcoaches.

In order to receive credit you must attend live and complete a survey after the webinar (emailed the day after the webinar).

Watching a recording will not qualify you for CEUs.

Meet Our Speakers

Dr. Gazelle is a former hospice physician, part-time Harvard Medical School Assistant Professor, and Master Certified Coach for physicians. She has coached over 600 physicians and physician leaders on leadership development, communication, teamwork, managing burnout, building charting efficiency, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence.

Les Schwab, MD is a primary care physician with 40 years of experience in medical practice and healthcare organizational leadership. He earned a B.A. in Biology from Harvard University and an MD from Stanford University. He received his Internal Medicine training through residency at the Cambridge Hospital in Cambridge, MA

Rob Kramer has provided executive coaching, consulting and business training for a variety of sectors, specializing in academic leadership and team development. He has served for twenty years in academia, most recently as the founding director of the Center for Leadership & Organizational Excellence at NC A&T State University. Prior to that he was the director of Training & Organizational Development at the University of North Carolina, where he oversaw management, supervisory and leadership development for the University's 12,000 faculty and staff. Rob continues working in faculty leadership development at UNC Chapel Hill’s Institute for the Arts and Humanities, where he co-facilitates two programs: the Chairs Leadership Program and the Academic Leadership Program.
Angela Passarelli, PhD, is driven to understand how coaching can catalyze change within leaders that positively impacts those around them. Her work draws on such disciplines as organizational behavior, psychology, and neuroscience to yield nuanced, actionable insights on effective leadership development.
Margaret Moore

Margaret Moore, MBA (aka Coach Meg) is an executive coach (mainly healthcare, biotech, and minority police leaders), coach trainer, author, and coaching thought leader.

Margaret is co-founder and chair of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital

She is a 17-year veteran of the biotechnology industry in the US, UK, Canada, and France. She served in executive roles at three companies which later joined Sanofi, and served as CEO and COO of two biotech companies. In 2000, Margaret shifted to coaching, founding Wellcoaches Corporation, a standard-bearer for professional coaches in healthcare and well-being.