Subscribe: iTunes / Spotify
This week’s guest is no other than Dr. Gail Gazelle MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Master Certified Coach for physicians.
Dr. Gazelle is faculty at Harvard Medical School, a 25-year practicing physician, and one of the preeminent physician coaches in America. She utilizes evidence-based neuroscience, mindfulness, and physician leadership techniques to not only help combat burnout, but to help physicians develop leadership skills, broaden emotional intelligence, increase their healthcare resilience capacity, and reach maximum potential despite ever-increasing demands.
A longstanding mindfulness practitioner and certified mindfulness teacher, she helps clients become more present and able to meet the many demands they face. Dr. Gazelle helps physicians improve efficiency, manage conflict, and heighten team effectiveness, not only enhancing performance but maximizing fulfillment. Virtually and in person, she has coached over 500 physicians and physician leaders.
Dr. Gazelle’s physician coaching is results-oriented, tailored to the individual, and effective. Given her belief in the power of humor, her coaching is also enjoyable. Dr. Gazelle is passionate about helping fellow physicians enhance performance and achieve balance. She is highly invested in the outcomes her clients achieve and becomes a strong champion for success.
A founding member of the Harvard Institute of Coaching, a Master Certified Coach, and featured in The Physician Leadership Journal and American College of Physicians leadership webinars, Dr. Gazelle has been a pioneer in bringing the benefits of physician coaching to the medical profession.
A dynamic and sought-after physician burnout, leadership and resilience healthcare speaker, Dr. Gazelle gives in-person and virtual keynotes, workshops, and retreats across the globe, providing the resilience in healthcare and leadership tools needed for the marathon of a medical career.
To learn more, please visit:
Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters: