Certified Executive Coach and experienced hospital physician executive. She helps leaders and executives to lead their systems feeling confident and empowered to decrease employee burnout, improve employee engagement, and enhance leadership skills.
In addition to being an experienced hospital physician executive, Dr. Rachel Miller is a Certified Executive Coach, an author of “How to Succeed as a Healthcare Leader,” as well as a Maxwell Leadership Coach, Speaker, and Trainer. She helps leaders and executives to lead their systems feeling confident and empowered to decrease employee burnout, improve employee engagement, and enhance leadership skills.
She is a Genos International Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and uses these assessments with her coaching. Most recently, she has a new program, “Leader as Coach”, that equips leaders with the knowledge, tools, techniques, and frameworks to facilitate effective coaching in leadership. Dr. Miller is a fellow of the ACOG Cefalo Leadership Institute and a member of the International Coaching Federation. She has been featured in Care.com, theBump.com, Parents magazine and Insider.
Dr. Rachel Miller has many years of experience as a hospital physician leader. She is an expert at partnering with leaders and their organizations to increase leadership effectiveness. She does so in ways that are truly transformative and sustainable. As an executive coach, she also works with leaders to equip them with the knowledge, tools, techniques, and frameworks to facilitate effective coaching in their leadership.
Her experience and extensive training allow her to bring a unique perspective to her clients. Whether you are prepping to interview for a dream job or want to improve your leadership effectiveness, she understands what it takes to excel. She is excited to partner with you!
Provided executive coaching to a medical director that resulted in an increase in her total compensation by 8%.
Provided interview and negotiation coaching to aspiring hospital executives that resulted in the acquirement of the executive position with the terms desired.
Provided executive coaching to nonprofit leaders that resulted in the development of a sustainable medical practice.
I use assessments to establish a baseline and as a guide to direct coaching direction. My coaching is largely client-directed: allowing the client to determine their overall goals. My job is to coach them on how to accomplish their goals.
My ideal client is motivated with the desire to excel in their life and career
The Client ultimately determines success measures with my assistance. With the use of objective measurement in the client portal, we will be able to see change over time.
Having a laser-focused approach to coaching approach for efficient transformative change