What Do Dr. Cary's Clients Think Of Her Work?
“You have strong insight into how to help me solve my problems and involve the team.”Dr. J., Department Chair
You have strong insight into how to help me solve my problems and involve the team, combined with understanding my limitations and the patience to allow me to develop skills at my own pace.
Large Academic Medical Center
“Excellent listener. Knows when to push back against my innate level of comfort”Dr. A., Department Chair
Excellent listener. Knows when to push back against my innate level of comfort. Being a physician you have insights into physicians that others just don’t and won’t.
Emergency Medicine, Inner City Hospital
“You are one of the most inspirational, genuine people I have ever met.”Lisa Ann Mathews, Director of Business Development
I can’t begin to tell you how much positive feedback I have received regarding your presentations. You are one of the most inspirational, genuine people I have ever met. I am so impressed and appreciative of the time you devoted to preparing for our event.
“I recommend Dr. Cary without reservation.”Dr. Mary O’Connor, Director
When Maggi and I first started working together I wasn’t sure she was right for me. I am a surgeon and Maggi would ask me questions like “How did that make you feel?” I wanted results, not “feelings.” But I came to understand that I could increase my effectiveness if I were more attentive to the emotional aspects of the project and the feelings of the people involved. I recommend Dr. Cary without reservation.
Musculoskeletal Center at Yale New Haven
“Engaging and helpful.”"Women in Healthcare Leadership" participant,
I was surprised by how engaging and helpful Maggi’s presentation was – how personal and interactive it felt. That was great!
“Coaching Dyads: Dr. Cary is intuitive yet scientific and reliant on facts. She has a strong grasp of organizational function (and dysfunction).”Michael Stein, Executive Director
Maggi completed a coaching engagement for my organization for two individual leaders. She very quickly analyzed the situation, learned all sides, and developed a plan that would address the most critical issues first while laying the groundwork for resolving the more nuanced issues later. All throughout the engagement, Maggi kept me apprised of her plans, progress, and observations. She is intuitive yet scientific and reliant on facts. She has a strong grasp of organizational function (and dysfunction). I appreciate all of her work to coach the individuals together so that they were able to understand each other’s personalities and work-style nuances while eventually achieving the important goals that they established together.
Oncology Services at Greater Baltimore Medical Center
About Dr. Cary
Dr. Margaret Cary is a senior executive, physician, educator, professional speaker, author, facilitator and executive coach who combines broad management and patient care experience in health care, information technology and the media.
- phone (202) 403-1966
- email drcary (at) thecarygroupglobal (dot) com
Michael’s Story: The Beginning “I’m straightforward, to the point,” said Michael, the CEO at a large inner-city hospital. “The people I work with—they may not like me, but they know I’m right.” “What else?” I said to Michael, whom I had just been retained to coach. “I just wish they understood me. I do what’s […]
Fine-tuning high-emotion healthcare services can make a big difference in patients’ satisfaction and outcomes. Patients’ emotions influence their quality and value ratings as well as what they tell their friends. High-emotion healthcare includes services related to major life events, some of which are at the top of the Holmes and Rahe scale of stressful life events that can contribute to […]
Dr. Margaret Cary helps a distressed stranger and recalls one of the main reasons she went into medicine. “My papers…my paaaapers.” I was at a Falls Church superstore checkout counter when I heard her cry. My first reaction to nonthreatening inappropriate sounds is to ignore them and leave the area as soon as possible. “My […]
What is it about physicians? The stereotype of the brilliant and bold surgeon who reigns over the operating room whose mantra is “A chance to cut is a chance to cure.” The ever-smiling pediatrician wearing a bowtie with small elephant on his stethoscope. And the pipe-smoking psychiatrist, steeped in Freud and saying little. None of […]