Dr. Adam Harrison, Family Physician, Lawyer, and Leadership Coach

Dr. Adam Harrison, Family Physician, Lawyer, and Leadership Coach

  • I am a family physician, lawyer, and ex-medical director who now specializes in life, career, and leadership coaching and mentoring of doctors and other professionals.

 

Podcast

Overview

The trend of coaching has increased significantly in recent years, and so does their need. A coach helps individuals uncover their potential, climb up the career ladder and improve their life overall by asking the right questions. Be it a Career coach, an executive coach, or a life coach, people are realizing the importance of hiring coaches and at the same time, people are showing interest in becoming a coach themselves to impact others’ lives positively.

Well, today we have invited Dr. Adam Harrison, Family Physician, Lawyer, and Leadership Coach to share his insights with us.

00:41- About Dr. Adam Harrison

  • I am a family physician, lawyer, and ex-medical director who now specializes in life, career, and leadership coaching and mentoring of doctors and other professionals.
  • I also work with institutions and their leaders to help them develop and promote kind leadership cultures within both their immediate teams and wider organizations.
  • I also really enjoy doing wellness/wellbeing work and believe it’s the foundation for everything else.

00:59- How has your background supported your coaching philosophy, style, and values?

  • My values are honesty, gratitude, love, humor, and justice.
  • My coaching style and philosophy are guided by my values.

03:02- Why did you decide to become a coach?

  • When I was offered leadership coaching, I started looking at everything through a different lens.
  • It had a great impact on me. It encouraged me to take coaching as a profession because I wanted to make an impact on others.

08:35- How is coaching a millennial or GenZ different from coaching a senior leader?

  • My oldest client was in his mid-60s.
  • My youngest current client is in her mid to late 20s.
  • I find differences in coaching people of different generations just down to the traits of that person.
  • There are very unkind and unpleasant people of both ages.

21:18- Three lessons

  • Spend time with your loved ones.
  • Be a kind leader.
  • Live, love, and lead by your values.

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You can connect with Dr. Adam Harrison- LinkedIn

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  • I am a family physician, lawyer, and ex-medical director who now specializes in life, career, and leadership coaching and mentoring of doctors and other professionals.
  • I also work with institutions and their leaders to help them develop and promote kind leadership cultures within both their immediate teams and wider organizations.
  • I also really enjoy doing wellness/wellbeing work and believe it’s the foundation for everything else.

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