Authors Posts by Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH

Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH

Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH
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Maggi is a family doctor and leadership coach who engages her audiences in highly interactive presentations. Maggi is a doctor’s doctor with a physician’s mind and a friend’s heart. As an executive coach, she blends a scientist’s thinking with empathy. She is a constant learner and serial focuser with a lifelong passion for sharing what she’s learned. She is an inspirational motivator, occasional humorist, and excellent listener and storyteller. She translates the latest research in leadership development into her coaching process and into entertaining and highly interactive presentations. She is an author, trainer, facilitator, and teacher (Georgetown University School of Medicine). Her authenticity and ability to communicate and connect emotionally with her audience through storytelling—combined with just enough humor—result in rave reviews and standing ovations. She embodies a warm, sincere approach in sharing lessons learned as she guides you in creating your own Leadership Expedition. Email Dr. Cary at drcary@thecarygroupglobal.com to learn more.
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Coaching Doctors? First, Show Them the Evidence

Successful leadership coaching of physicians may require that they understand the theory and research underpinning the field of coaching first.
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Learning Non-Technical Skills Might Save a Patient’s Life

NOTSS is a program to train surgical residents and more senior physicians in the non-technical skills that optimize surgical performance and help to avoid medical errors.
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The Annual ATD Conference: A Candy Store for Leadership Coaches

Leadership coach, Maggi Cary, shares the highlights of the 2016 Association of Training and Development annual conference.
U.S. Air Force surgeons Dr. Patrick Miller (left), Dr. Michael Hughes (right), and surgical technician SrA Ray Wilson from the 379th Expeditionary Medical Squadron, repair the ruptured achilles tendon of a servicemember on March 11, 2003. The doctors are performing this surgey at a field hospital in a foward-deployed location. (U.S. Air Force photo by SSgt. DERRICK C. GOODE)(RELEASED)

Can Surgery Teamwork Save Your Life?

Poorly functioning teams have more adverse events and deaths. Operating room teams' effectiveness at working together even affects surgeons’ technical performance—the actual surgery.
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12 Steps to Emotionally Intelligent Healthcare

Delivering emotionally intelligent healthcare can make a big difference in patients' satisfaction & outcomes.
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Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Innovation

In today's fast moving world, disruptive innovation is a constant threat. Boundroids that work across silos can help companies meet the challenge.

Is Your Doctor Emotionally Intelligent?

Is your doctor emotionally intelligent (EI)? What's the difference between a low and a high EI doctor? Dr. Margaret Cary explains.
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Coaching Physicians: Welcome to the Republic of Medicine

How do you increase physician engagement and reduce burnout? Executive coaching is a burgeoning area in healthcare as we move from cottage industry to evidence-based, interconnected healthcare, with patients and professionals working together.
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Blood on the Sidewalk: A Tale of Cost & Care

Maggi Cary ponders the conundrum of cost & care in the U.S. Healthcare "System" when she stumbles upon blood on the sidewalk.

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