How it works.
Coaching is new to most physicians. Here’s the basic steps of getting started.
- Schedule a Free Preliminary Discovery Session
We meet via Zoom to talk about the challenges you’d like to tackle, clarify goals, and envision what success would look like.
If you decide that coaching is the right path for you, we start with an assessment to discover your strengths, opportunities, and blind spots.
- We get to work
Weekly to bi-weekly coaching sessions to solve problems, tackle challenges, bring out your best ideas, and keep you accountable to make those ideas happen.
What Our Clients Have to Say…
We guide docs along the path to job happiness and the life they dream of
I have really enjoyed my coaching sessions with Rob. None of the BS you would expect from a coaching service and he is so easy to get along with. Just as you would expect listening to his podcast, Rob is an exceptional interviewer and has an uncanny ability to extract the answers to life’s problems from within. You have all the answers hidden inside, and Rob will help you get them out
Mike Mallin, MD
Rob puts you at ease immediately. He has incredible insight and skill as a coach. He is highly personable and guides you to get clear on your challenges and create your own solutions.
One of the most influential parts of this relationship has been the common ground of being an emergency physician. He’s been able to coach me through improving my life as a doc as well as work with me in exploring new and exciting areas of medicine.
Kim Levin, MD, MPH
I work as an emergency medicine physician in both the academic and community settings, and at times, the number of projects can be overwhelming. Time is one of the most important resources we have, and identifying what to prioritize and what is truly fulfilling is challenging. In one session, Rob’s active listening and reflective questioning helped me prioritize what I truly enjoy and should prioritize. Together we established realistic, specific, achievable goals with deadlines. I had a clear understanding of priorities and next steps that will ensure I continue loving what I do. Thank you Rob!
Brit Long, MD
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