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Are You as Effective a Leader as You Think You Are?

It’s This Simple: If You Lead People, You Need a Coach

The healthcare industry as a whole seriously suffers from a lack of leadership training. Healthcare providers may have spent years perfecting their technical skills and refining their specialties, but very little time learning how to lead people effectively.

Contact Dr. Jerrund Wilkerson today to see if you qualify for his 6-session coaching program.

Is Your Team Experiencing Any of These Challenges?

Your leadership style could very well be the root of the problem…

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Low Morale/Productivity

Would you describe the members of your team as engaged, positive, and hard-working? Are they working like A-players? If not, it could be that they need a leader who knows how to inspire them and boost their confidence.

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High Turnover

A high employee turnover rate is common when leadership is lacking, due to poor relationships between employees and their superior, goal misalignment and unclear expectations, or team members feeling unseen or undervalued.


Insufficient Profits

Are you struggling to increase your bottom line? Studies show that extraordinary leaders can actually double a business’s profits by improving things like employee engagement, satisfaction, and commitment.

failure to meet goals

Failure to Meet Goals

If you are noticing a disconnect between your expectations for your team, their performance, and the outcome, there is likely a roadblock in one of the 3 key areas of your leadership: Vision, Alignment, or Execution.


Poor Ratings

Poor reviews could indicate that you need to improve your people skills and relationships with your patients, or that your team is not aligned with your vision and expectations for your practice.

The Solution?
Sign Up for Your 6-Session Leadership Coaching Program

Take the FREE Leadership Assessment below to qualify.

Meet Your Leadership Coach:
Dr. Jerrund Wilkerson, PD, MBA, PCC

With over 30 years as a healthcare executive and leadership coach under my belt, I am uniquely positioned to help guide you in crafting strategies and plans of action for reaching your goals. While many other coaches can offer general leadership training, my firsthand experience in the healthcare industry positioned me to help guide providers through the unique leadership challenges they face.

Satisfied Clients Include:

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Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late!

Healthcare leaders typically don’t realize just how much their leadership is failing until they’re packing up their desks. Don’t wait until your job is threatened to seek guidance — Be proactive in securing your leadership position!

Have questions? Contact me, Dr. Jerrund Wilkerson, PD, MBA, PCC, for more information.

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“Dr. Wilkerson was a tremendous coach.”

I benefited immensely from my executive coaching experience in a safe, professional and confidential way. I gained better insight into my blind spots and learned how to effectively better lead and support my peers and those whom I supervised.


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“Jerrund is the prototype Executive Leadership Coach.”

He has the interpersonal skills and decades of practical leadership experience that has helped motivated leaders be successful. I am entering my third promotion since starting my coaching experience with him.


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“His insight and candid feedback are invaluable.”

Working with Jerrund has been instrumental in my development as an early career physician leader. He helped me to find my voice and further clarify my leadership style. Because of his guidance, I have successfully transitioned from a former challenging work environment to effectively serving in my current role as a team lead physician.


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Take my Executive Leadership Assessment to qualify


    1. When you are looking to make a change, do you seek quick closure?

    2. When you are looking to make a change, do you seek to prioritize the details?

    3. When you seek to make change, are you cautious and reserved?

    4. When decisions have to be made, do you decide independently?

    5. When communicating with your team, do you explain rationale?

    6. When providing direction to your team, do you speak impromptu?

    7. When having a dialogue with your team, do you exchange perspectives?

    8. When inspiring your team regarding a new initiative, do you use a matter-of-fact approach?

    9. When you are working to move your team forward, are you reactive?

    10. When you are working to move your team forward, do you improvise?

    After taking the assessment, your submission will be reviewed by Jerrund, who will determine the appropriate next steps for you.