Alumna Leveraging Expertise in Leadership Development and Executive Coaching at Home and Abroad

PhD in Leadership and Change alumna Dr. Tami France, is fully embracing the post-doctoral practitioner-scholar role as she serves Mayo Clinic in a leadership capacity inside Workforce Learning and as Assistant Professor – Medical Education in the Mayo College of Medicine and Science. She is also involved in the organization’s international strategy, leveraging her expertise in leadership development and executive coaching. Specifically her work with cross-cultural professional success, the role of physician-administrator partnerships, and psychological safety in healthcare have been instrumental to Mayo’s partnership in Abu Dhabi.   She notes, “I attribute much of my success in leading global initiatives to the PhD in Leadership and Change program and faculty whose footsteps I follow in and whose expertise I have leveraged while finding my voice as an author and engaging in doctoral research that has deeply aligned with my purpose and professional work as a leadership development practitioner.”

Read more about her work and  these topics via the following publications:

“Cultivating Psychological Safety: Activating Humanness in Healthcare”, MGMA Connection (Medical Group Management Association, 2020)

“Cross-cultural Professional Experiences: Finding Success through Agility, Resilience, and Essential Relationships”,  Cross Cultural & Strategic Management (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019)

“The Impact of Physician-Administrator Partnership to Future Health Care” , Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR, 2018)

“Cross-Cultural Collaborators: Expatriate and Host Country National Inclusive Relationships”Breaking the Zero Sum Game: Transforming Societies through Inclusive Leadership (Emerald Group Publishing, September 2017)

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