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ICF LEVEL 1 Accredited Provider

Physician Coach Training is a Level 1 accredited International
Coaching Federation (ICF) coaching program.

Physician Coach Training is for physicians who want to develop coaching skills that foster reflection and growth

Whether you want to enrich wellness, strengthen peer support, enhance leadership, or create a coaching side business, Physician Coach Training teaches coaching core competencies and features LIVE coaching experience to effectively carry out your purpose.

Here’s how we do it

Physician Coach Training is structured in (8) eight, 7.5 hour modules. In each module, participants engage in a deliberate practice cycle of learning, reflection, and practice to develop their skill set. 

Independent Study

Coaching articles, publications, and videos introduce module skills. 

Skills Videos

Coaching videos teach skills from the independent study.

Practice Coaching

Apply what you learned during LIVE practice coaching sessions. 

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Join one of our information sessions to learn more about the program and let us answer any questions you might have.

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Training Objectives

Coach peers to maximize their personal and professional potential in a way that’s consistent with their values and beliefs.

Apply recognized coaching ethics and standards of professionalism in client-focused coaching relationships.

Partner with clients to create mutual understanding of the coaching process, individual sessions, & long-term goals for the coaching relationship.

Build trust and rapport with clients to maximize the benefit of the coaching relationship.

Create a safe, supportive environment where sharing confidential information openly and honestly supercharges client potential.

Practice active listening, powerful questions, paraphrasing, and other coaching core competencies to raise client awareness, generate insight, and brainstorm new ideas.

Partner with clients in a coaching relationship to transform insight and awareness into moving forward action steps.

Physician Coach Training Modules

Physician Coach Training is 60 hours of Level 1 ICF-accredited content organized in eight, 7.5 hour modules of self-paced, on-demand education and LIVE practice coaching with colleagues. In each module, participants engage in a deliberate practice cycle to develop their skill set.

Module 1: The Art of Coaching: Passion for Performance Improvement

Description

In Module 1, you will learn the fundamentals of physician coaching. We will explain what coaching is, how it differs from other support professions, and offer tips for creating coaching relationships with clients. Additionally, we will cover standards of practice and ethics of coaching.

Objectives
  • Describe the importance of coaching ethics, standards of practice, such as maintaining confidentiality with client information per stakeholder agreements and pertinent laws.
  • Explain what coaching is, is not, and describe the coaching process.
  • Distinguish between coaching, consulting, counseling, and other support professions, and refers to other professionals when appropriate.
  • Partner with clients to create a coaching relationship and process, which leverages one’s inner passions and purpose to create goals and strategies to bring extraordinary and sustainable results.
Module Agenda
  • Independent Study
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Video #1
  • On-Demand Video Review
    • What is Coaching – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Why High Performers Use Coaching – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • How To Be Coached – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Passion for Performance Improvement – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 2: A Coaching Mindset and Deliberate PRACTICE

Description

In module 2, you will learn the importance of a coaching mindset. We will discuss how to develop and maintain a flexible coaching mindset, as well as the importance of understanding the influence of context and culture on learning. Additionally, we will talk about how to utilize outside resources to enhance your coaching skills over time.

Objectives
  • Acknowledge that clients are responsible for their own choices and actions.
  • Describe a coaching mindset that is:
    • Open, curious, flexible, and client-centered.
    • Models ongoing personal and professional development.
    • Reflective to enhance one’s coaching.
    • Self-aware and intuitive to benefit clients.
    • Emotionally aware and regulated.
  • Develop and maintain a coaching mindset.
  • Identify the influence of context and culture on learning.
  • Explore outside resources to enhance coaching.
Live Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading # 1
    • Video Review #1
    • Video Review #2
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • Developing a Coaching Mindset – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Be Open, Curious, Adaptable and Client-Centered – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Deliberate PRACTICE – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 3: Cultivating Trust and Developing the Coaching Partnership

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 4: Establishing Coaching Goals, Rhythm, and Presence

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 5: Active Listening and Raising Awareness

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 6: Inspiring Action, Establishing Accountability, and Accelerating Growth

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 7: The Business of Coaching​

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 8: Putting It All Together: Moving Forward

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 1: The Art of Coaching: Passion for Performance Improvement

Description

In Module 1, you will learn the fundamentals of physician coaching. We will explain what coaching is, how it differs from other support professions, and offer tips for creating coaching relationships with clients. Additionally, we will cover standards of practice and ethics of coaching.

Objectives
  • Describe the importance of coaching ethics, standards of practice, such as maintaining confidentiality with client information per stakeholder agreements and pertinent laws.
  • Explain what coaching is, is not, and describe the coaching process.
  • Distinguish between coaching, consulting, counseling, and other support professions, and refers to other professionals when appropriate.
  • Partner with clients to create a coaching relationship and process, which leverages one’s inner passions and purpose to create goals and strategies to bring extraordinary and sustainable results.
Module Agenda
  • Independent Study
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Video #1
  • On-Demand Video Review
    • What is Coaching – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Why High Performers Use Coaching – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • How To Be Coached – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Passion for Performance Improvement – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 2: A Coaching Mindset and Deliberate PRACTICE

Description

In module 2, you will learn the importance of a coaching mindset. We will discuss how to develop and maintain a flexible coaching mindset, as well as the importance of understanding the influence of context and culture on learning. Additionally, we will talk about how to utilize outside resources to enhance your coaching skills over time.

Objectives
  • Acknowledge that clients are responsible for their own choices and actions.
  • Describe a coaching mindset that is:
    • Open, curious, flexible, and client-centered.
    • Models ongoing personal and professional development.
    • Reflective to enhance one’s coaching.
    • Self-aware and intuitive to benefit clients.
    • Emotionally aware and regulated.
  • Develop and maintain a coaching mindset.
  • Identify the influence of context and culture on learning.
  • Explore outside resources to enhance coaching.
Live Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading # 1
    • Video Review #1
    • Video Review #2
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • Developing a Coaching Mindset – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Be Open, Curious, Adaptable and Client-Centered – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Deliberate PRACTICE – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 3: Cultivating Trust and Developing the Coaching Partnership

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 4: Establishing Coaching Goals, Rhythm, and Presence

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 5: Active Listening and Raising Awareness

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 6: Inspiring Action, Establishing Accountability, and Accelerating Growth

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 7: The Business of Coaching​

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

Module 8: Putting It All Together: Moving Forward

Description

A safe supportive environment is the foundation of any successful coaching relationship. We explore the relationship from determining coach-client compatibility to creating the agreement to co-creating the relationship while aligning with client experiences, values and beliefs. Expect to discuss and practice many coaching skills for developing rapport, mutual respect and cultivating trust within the coaching relationship.

Objectives
  • Partner with clients to understand and adapt to their identity, environment, experiences, values and beliefs, to use language respectful to them and all relevant stakeholders, and to consistently apply coaching ethics and standards.
  • Partner with clients to create a safe, supportive environment that allows the client to freely share feelings, perceptions, vulnerabilities, concerns, beliefs and insights in order to build a relationship of mutual respect and trust.
  • Acknowledge and respect the client’s unique talents, learning style, insights and work in the coaching process
  • Demonstrate support, healthy empathy, and concern while maintaining detached involvement and objectivity.
  • Demonstrate openness and transparency as a way to display vulnerability and build trust with the client.
  • Partner with clients and relevant stakeholders to create clear agreements about the coaching relationship, process, plans and goals overall and with each session.
Agenda
  • Independent Study:
    • Reading #1
    • Reading #2
    • Reading #3
  • On-Demand Video Presentations:
    • The Coaching Partnership – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Developing Trust and Building Rapport – Jeffrey M. Smith, MD, FACS, CPC
    • Managing Emotions in Coaching – Terri Malcom, MD, CPE, ACC
  • Practice Coaching with Feedback

What Graduates Say

Graduates of Physician Coach Training coach peers to their best practice.

"I enjoy supporting my physician clients." 

Carla Smith, MD

SurgeonMasters Physician Coach

"I am doing more coaching than consulting with my clients." 

Steven E Swanson, MD, MBA

Owner at 3Pines MD Strategies

"I am using coaching skills with my teams." 

Thai Trinh, MD

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  • 3 hours of 1-on-1 Mentor Coaching
  • 7+ Hours of Group Mentor Coaching
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