Historically, executive coaching has been reserved only for the c-suite in healthcare organizations. Expanding this resource to directors and managers has been assumed to be cost-prohibitive. The authors describe an intervention whereby executive coaching was expanded beyond the c-suite, during a critical transition time for the organization in an attempt to positively impact management turnover, staff turnover, and employee satisfaction.
Authors' Affiliations: Chief Operating Officer (Dr Karsten), Clinical Manager (Ms Brown), and Performance Improvement Specialist (Mr Cahill), Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital, Denver, Colorado; and Administrator, CV Institute, Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital, and Doctoral Student, College of Nursing, University of Colorado, Denver (Ms Baggot).
Corresponding author: Ms Baggot, 1835 Franklin St, Denver, CO 80128 (email@example.com).