Physician Leadership Coaching Program

CTI leverages a vast global network of expert physician leadership coaches with practical experience to deliver hands-on, results-based coaching. Our healthcare leadership coaching programs are both rigorous and highly personalized.

Working with seasoned coaching professionals, participants complete a comprehensive Personal Strategy Map to outline and guide their physician leadership training and development journey. We also interview each of our participants to assess their coaching readiness, expectations and goals. The coach provides insight, guidance and accountability to enable the participant to execute on his or her personal and organizational goals and strategies with the highest impact.

More than 50 national faculty and healthcare industry experts contribute to our program, including faculty from the University of South Florida (USF), Duke University, Emory University, Harvard University, Stanford University, the US Military Academy at West Point, Washington University in St. Louis, General Electric, Lehigh Valley Hospital, and Florida Hospital to name a few.

View a complete list of coaches and their credentials. Physician leadership coaching is offered on multiple levels and is customized based on the needs of the leader and organization, the time commitment and desired outcomes.

Leadership Coaching for Healthcare Organizations

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Physician Leadership Coaching Program

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CTI Physician Leadership Coaching Offerings

Board Coaching

Medical Executive Committee (MEC) Coaching

Dyad Coaching

Executive Coaching

Cultural Integration Coaching

Transition Coaching

360º Leadership Assessment & Debrief

Physician Leader Coaching

Group/Team Coaching

New Leader Onboarding Coaching

CTI Enterprise Coaching Academy

Featured Physician Leadership Coach:

Philippa Kennealy, MD, MPH, CPCC, PCC

Philippa Kennealy is a family physician and physician executive by training, with experience in medical staff and hospital leadership, as well as small business leadership and management. She served as Medical Director and CEO at UCLA-Santa Monica Medical Center, prior to assuming executive positions in two internet software application development companies.  She formed her coaching company, Entrepreneurial MD, in 2003 and since then, has worked almost exclusively with physicians and healthcare professionals.

Philippa also serves as a consultant Medical Director to CE Outcomes, an independent outcomes research company serving a variety of organizations in the healthcare industry, with the overall goal of improving patient health outcomes. Philippa received her medical and post-graduate training at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa; she then worked in rural Zimbabwe for 3 years, before emigrating to the USA in 1984. She completed her family medicine residency in Santa Monica, and went into private practice in Santa Monica for almost 10 years.  She obtained her Master’s in Public Health in Health Services Management from UCLA School of Public Health in 1997. She received her coach training and certification through the Coaches Training Institute in 2003. Philippa is married to a physician, has one daughter, and lives in Los Angeles, California.

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