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Updated: Feb 7



Could you share a bit about who you are, what you do, and what prompted you to bring in coaching at this point in your career?

Sure. So my name's Elizabeth. I am in my mid 40s and I have really focused the majority of my life on medical education and then the care of patients. Over the past three to four years was promoted within the Department of Surgery to take on leadership roles that have been very successful, have had some very successful projects and was invited to participate in a leadership course. I really had no intention of being part of a coaching program, but this was part of the leadership course. So Julian and I found each other, and we've started our coaching journey. It’s been amazing over the past couple of months.

Were there any big challenges you were facing or what did life/business look like before teaming up together?

Talk about what you felt was most important to work on or where you saw the biggest challenges as a high performing practitioner in such a demanding/transforming field of Healthcare?

What would you say were some of the key takeaways or surprises for you?

As a leader who had to be on call in one moment and leading a strategic initiative across your org the next. How did you feel supported during and between our coaching sessions?

Tell us what has happened in terms of your influence, leadership, boundaries, and/or if you have experienced a greater sense of success that flowed into or affected other areas of your life?

How are you more aligned to your vision of what it means to be a leader or to the image of your legacy?

What would you say to someone who may be wondering why would they work with a coach like myself or be open to coaching in general?


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