Executive Coaching

The DUSOM Executive Coaching Program offered through the Office for Faculty sunset in the summer of 2021.

Interested in coaching? Here is a sampling of coaching resources.

Executive Coach Jodi Hawes, MD is currently accepting all SOM clients for the new Executive Coaching Program in the Department of Neurology. Individuals do not need to be affiliated with neurology to work with Dr. Hawes. Please contact Mandi Stone with any questions and to schedule a complimentary meet & greet with Dr. Hawes.

 

About Jodi:

Jodi Hawes, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and a member of the Division of General and Community Neurology. Jodi completed the NC State University Business and Professional Coaching Certificate Program and is pursuing the Associate Certified Coach credential through the International Coach Federation. She participated in the 2017 Duke Clinical Leadership Program and has been invited back as a team coach for every program since then.  

Jodi is an experienced clinician, educator and clinical researcher. She serves in leadership as Vice Chair of Clinical Operations for the Department of Neurology. She worked as a physical therapist for 7 years before attending Albany Medical College. She completed her internship and residency at Duke. Following her fellowship in Neuro-rehabilitation at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, she returned to Duke as a faculty member. Jodi is committed to helping professionals reach their potential and attain fulfilling careers.

Coaching is a supplemental resource offered within several leadership development programs offered through the Office for Faculty: Duke Clinical Leadership, ALICE, LEADER. The coaching sessions within each program are in support of the program curriculum. Please click the links above to see if a program might be right for you.

If you know of an executive coach external to Duke, you may contact your Chair to formally request approval to use institutional funds for external coaching. Please note that financial approvals may be required. One resource to learn about coaching and find a coach is the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Additional Resource (available to basic science faculty only): Faculty Coaching through the Office for Faculty Advancement.