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MEDI coaches bring forward a significant amount of experience to their clients’ coaching journey. But not only do we have significant knowledge and application of coaching and leadership, we bring deep experiences from and exposure to the healthcare industry. Learn from our coaches, who lead from the intersection of healthcare and leadership.

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Articles & Webinars

Healthcare Leaders: Built to Thrive

“Leaders who believe they can [succeed] without any formal training often succeed for some time, but eventually will encounter critical situations they are not prepared to handle alone. Then they urgently seek the resources to help them succeed, often too late to salvage a career.” ~ Journal of Healthcare Leadership Not all leadership development approaches...
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WEBINAR: Move Beyond Traditional Physician-Hospital Relationships

The symbiotic relationship between hospitals and physicians has been complicated by new technology, changes to care delivery models, and the emergence of new management priorities. During this webinar, hear from Robert Porter, senior vice president and executive coach with MEDI Leadership, and Matt Troup, president and CEO of Conway (Ark.) Regional Health System, about how...
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Blog Posts

Don’t Overtrain: Avoiding Career & Leadership Burnout

Leaders are corporate athletes.  Elite leadership performance requires considerable physical and emotional endurance, mental focus, and determination. The demands that a leader places on their body are substantial. However, few leaders take the time to remember that they have a body, let alone pay close attention to caring for it. Over time, many healthcare leaders...
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Rebuilding the Healthcare Workforce

In our coaching engagements across the country, we see common themes in the aftermath of the pandemic: unsustainable operating losses, closed services, decreased engagement scores, nursing strikes, and unprecedented staffing shortages. In the U.S., employee engagement has slipped to 32%, with 17% of the workforce being actively disengaged, which Gallup defines as “disgruntled and disloyal...
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