Equip Your Inner Coach: Personal, Career and Leadership Development in an Uncertain Age


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$15.95  $14.83
Janet W. Bickel
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.37 inches | 0.52 pounds

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About the Author

Janet Bickel is a nationally recognized career and leadership development expert with fifty years of professional experience. During the twenty-five years prior to creating her own coaching business, Janet held positions of increasing leadership at the Association of American Medical Colleges, including establishing an influential Office of Women in Medicine.


"The amount of useful wisdom that Janet has packed into these pages will amaze you."

-Sharon Griswold, MD, Emergency Medicine Specialist

"Discovering 'what you want to be when you grow up' turns out to be a lifelong, often lonely journey with more questions than answers. This book is the perfect combination of a handbook for the journey and a companion that facilitates reaping the benefits of your experiences along the way. "

-Alexandra Suchman, CEO, Barometer XP

"Here is a power-packed book designed as a support for anyone struggling to be successful as well as healthy and fully human."

-Kate Malliarakis, BSN, PhD, Associate Professor, Emerita, George Washington University School of Nursing, and President, KAM Associates

"This book will be required reading in the leadership courses I teach."

-Niki Steckler, PhD, Professor of Management, Oregon Health & Sciences University

"All of the breadth and depth of Janet's knowledge of career-building and leadership are evident in this well-structured and smartly designed book."

-Joshua T. Hanson MD, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Medicine, Long School of Medicine, UT Health San Antonio

"Janet has been a thought leader for decades on all the skills central to turning intellectual capital into career capital. Her deep thinking inspires the introspection necessary for self-realization and the communication skills key to community-building."

-Kimberly A. Skarupski, PhD, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

"The lessons in this book are designed for everyone but will speak most directly to those who are marginalized by academic and organizational cultures in North America."

-Diane Magrane MD, Academic Leadership Development Consultant, and Emerita Director, ELAM

"This book does an exceptional job of reminding us of the challenges still confronting women aspiring to leadership roles."

-Frank Rosinia, MD MHCM ACC, Professor and Chair, Department of Anesthesiology, Long School of Medicine, UT Health San Antonio

"This book will be of immediate value to many current and budding leaders, especially the chapters on handling conflicts and working with organizational complexities. I will be recommending it widely to junior colleagues as well."

-Annette J. Johnson, MD, Chair of Radiology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University