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Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH and Jack Penner

Margaret Cary, MD, MBA, MPH and Jack Penner
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Maggi Cary (L) 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 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. Jack Penner (R) is a medical student at Georgetown University with an interest in primary care, healthcare leadership, and medical education. He served as a coordinator of Georgetown’s Student-run Free Clinic at the DC General Homeless Shelter, where he created programs in youth mentorship and maternal health. His writing focuses on the medical student experience and helping fellow students develop into engaged, compassionate physicians.

The Value of Coaching in Medicine

Physician coach Maggi Cary and medical student Jack Penner describe how coaching helps him to become the type person and future clinician he wants to be.
Jack Penner and Margaret Cary Workshop

How One Student Struggles to Become a Good Doctor

Margaret (Maggi) Cary and Jack Penner reconstruct how they have worked together to help Penner become the good doctor he wants to be.

The Value of Polarity Thinking in Medicine

Polarities are interdependent values that leaders and organizations must balance to catalyze progress, facilitate positive patient outcomes, and avoid an endless cycle of too much of this, then too much of that, then too much of this.