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Hospital Resident Physicians Leave Their Comfort Zone

In Active Learning, Confidence Course Facilitator, Leave Your Comfort Zone on June 25, 2015 at 4:53 pm

When as a group facilitator / leadership coach you find yourself surrounded by talented, well-educated, and highly-skilled professionals; sometimes the best principle to follow is, “First, do no harm.”

Yesterday, I had the unique privilege to lead a group of hospital resident physicians through a number of challenges at the Mason Center for Outdoor Experiential Learning. This group of Army doctors opted to spend a little of their ‘free time’ away from 80-hour weeks and making hospital rounds at The EDGE.

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Working with these doctors-in-training was a treat. Watching them accept each and every challenge presented and then meeting and exceeding all expectations has reassured this Army veteran that our troopers and their families are in good hands. Here’s hoping that this group of doctors feels the same way about their visit to The EDGE.

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  1. Johnny, Did you get my review on your book? I posted in under comments for “I Feel Like A Proud Papa.” I couldn’t figure out how to post it on Kindle. Jim Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2015 16:53:11 +0000 To: morsejmorse@msn.com

    • Jim … Unfortunately, I cannot “cut & paste” your review and post it to Kindle. Thank you for buying and reading my e-book. It has been too long since our last reunion. Wishing you and yours the very best … John

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