Nance Goldstein’s research focuses on the emerging demands on physicians to lead innovation and change, capacities that medical training and experience do not train for or encourage. A leadership coach and trainer, she works with physicians and clinicians to take leadership to improve care at the same time that they enhance their experience of medicine. Leaders need more self-awareness and tolerance for conflict, confusion and complexity than previously. Learning this takes time, practice, mistakes and support. She aims to create scalable ways to gain deep competence.
Her programs, webinars (Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess HC, Massachusetts Medical Society, AMWA, etc.) and writing offer accessible evidence-based strategies to solve current challenges.Take Charge of Your Practice identifies critical elements for leading innovation. Also Choose Different: Physicians Reduce Burnout Symptoms to Enjoy Medicine Again and How to Make your 20somethings Happier, So You All Pull Together. In her podcast Finding Me in Medicine Again – conversations with physicians – will focus on challenging leadership moments and the ways they solved them.