POST: Leveraging Questions for the Leader’s Edge
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Dr. Pat Salber: I was really, really lucky to attend the annual meeting of the American College of Physician Executives as guest of TheDoctorWeighsIn.com writer, Margaret (Maggi) Cary. Maggi and I have been friends and colleagues for years, but this was the first time I heard her speak in public.
I sat in the audience as she was conducting a workshop titled “Leveraging Questions for the Leader’s Edge,” on coaching physician leaders. This type of presentation can easily go south if someone is not skilled at presenting, coaching and facilitating a meeting.
Maggi has all those skills and knocked it out of the ballpark. As Charisse Jimenez of ACPECATEGORIES:
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