Podcast - It’s Not About You: The Value of Mentoring


By AAPL Staff
May 14, 2020

Mentorship is built into a physician's clinical training, but what happens after medical school and fellowship ends? Finding a mentor to help guide your career and provide insight from their own experience is an important part of leadership development.

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In this SoundPractice episode, Cheryl Toth and Mike Sacopolus talk with Michael Lalor, MD, MBA about the value of mentoring based on his years of experience as both a mentor and a mentee. Also joining the conversation is Jill Kopin, Career Services and Mentorship Program Coordinator at the American Association for Physician Leadership. Jill adds insights about the AAPL's mentoring program, and how members can access and benefit from this offering.

Show Notes:

To learn more about AAPL's Mentoring Program, get in touch with:

  • Dian Ginsberg, Senior Director of Career and Professional Development - Email

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The SoundPractice podcast delivers practical information and fresh perspectives for handling the daily challenges of running a medical practice.

Physician advocates Michael Sacopulos, JD (healthcare attorney, author, speaker) and Cheryl Toth, MBA (business writer, speaker - former practice consultant and healthcare tech executive) bring you the best thought leaders, crisp humor, and pithy tips for developing a practice that thrives.


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