Physician Coaching FAQ's
What is coaching?
Coaching is a collaborative, results-oriented process to tap into new energy and purpose, guiding you to increased skills and confidence. It works by equipping you with tools, knowledge, and opportunity to develop yourself in ways that enhance your effectiveness.
How does coaching work?
Coaches know the best answers are within you. To find those, the coach listens carefully, asking questions to help you clarify your core values and desires. Coaching also calls for reevaluating assumptions that may block you from considering additional possibilities. Dr. Lanteri's clients note that her perspective, insight, and clarity help them articulate their vision and define the steps to fulfill it. Her warm, reflective, and good-humored style facilitates trust and allows coaching to be fun, rejuvenating, and energizing.
What is the coaching relationship?
Coaches fill many roles: confidante, mentor, advisor, advocate. At it's heart, coaching is an intimate, professional relationship that is built on trust and the ability to focus together on assumptions about your work and life with an openness to entertain new possibilities. The coaching process gives you a partner who will solely focus on maximizing your strengths, accomplishments, and satisfaction.
Physician Coaching for Physicians and Physician Leaders
Cathy Lanteri, MD, FAPA, CPDC