Founder & CEO
Entrepreneur, Speaker, Coach
Orlando, FL, USA
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Erin Whitehead is the Founder and CEO of Kick The Ceiling, an executive coaching firm dedicated to busy surgeons who want to learn evidence based strategies to cope with stress, reduce burnout, and become more engaged with their work/life.
Erin earned her MBA from the University of Central Florida with an emphasis in strategy. She also earned graduate level certificates from Cornell University in Executive Leadership for Healthcare Professionals, Harvard University in Neuroscience, The Wharton School of Business in Competitive and Connected Strategy and Continuing Education Credits in Emotional Intelligence, Physician Burnout, and Coaching Global Leaders in Transition.
She currently holds a Fellow position with the Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical, which is dedicated to disseminating the best coaching science and ensuring integrity in the field of coaching. She is also an Industry Mentor for the National Science Foundation and University of Central Florida, teaching early stage medical startups how to take their idea to market.
Focus. Results. This may seem obvious, but it’s not. I focus on the powerful, compelling future my client’s want to create. And we don’t stop there. I represent my client’s commitment and potential to themselves, their organization, and their future. I plant a “stake in the ground” for what my clients can do. If my client waivers I do not, because I help represent my client’s most ambitious, noble, and aspiring goals.
The SURGEON BURNOUT MASTERCLASS:
A 12-week small group mastermind teaching surgeons how to turn their limited spare time outside the clinic or hospital into a playbook that helps reduce the three major symptoms of physician burnout so they can build a better day off.
RECENT LINKEDIN PUBLICATIONS:
If These Walls Could Talk, The Secret Struggles of Highly Successful People
The Brutal Truth Behind The Comparison Trap
The #1 False Positive That’s Causing Your Company’s Growth Stagnation.
The #1 Strategic Threat That’s Slowing Your Company’s Growth
5 Mistakes Your Strategy Is Making And What You Can Do To Course Correct