Sandra Scott, MPA, CPCC, FACHE, BCC

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Sandy Scott provides executive leadership development with a focus on physician leadership development. As a Co-Active Professional Certified Coach, she has provided over 3,500 hours of executive coaching with top organizations in healthcare and other industries. Her focus is in accelerating people’s capacity to reach their personal aspirations and professional ambitions.

Sandy has experience with a variety of organizations with responsibilities including the co-development of an Advanced Leadership Program for Physician’s and implementing Banner’s C-Suite Effectiveness model.

Sandy’s training includes:

  • BBS ( Business Administration) from University of Iowa
  • Executive MPA (Public Administration) from University of Colorado
  • CPCC (Professional Certified Coach) from Coaches Training Institute
  • FACHE (Fellow of American College of Healthcare Executives)
  • BCC (Board Certified Coach)

Over the last 30 years she has provided over 3,500 hours of world-wide executive coaching in the industries of finance, education, and public policy. This led her to a passion for coaching physicians and executives to find a place of balance, assist them in linking their current position with future leadership opportunities and transcend into new perspectives thru difficult clinical, professional or personal situations. She coaches physicians in a variety of leadership and emerging leadership roles; Chief Medical Officers, Medical Directors, Clinical Directors, etc.
In addition, she provides physicians and executives coaching in these often-requested areas: improve working relationships (Board, staff, administration, and other physician/executives), accelerate their own growth and development, improve performance/productivity and lead change to achieve specific results and outcomes.

With both an organizational perspective and a specialization in physician coaching, she encourages physicians to explore more effective ways to:

  • Adapt to the demands of a new position
  • Think strategically
  • Develop good working relationships with key stakeholders
  • Build and maintain cohesive teams
  • Execute plans and drive change
  • Get results

As a coach, Sandy likes to practice her life purpose statement that comes something like this: “To create conversations that erase boundaries and cultivates a relationship with the unknown. To work wholeheartedly, live authentically, and make a difference in the world by unleashing the power of love.”

Sandy lives on 16 acres in Bellvue, CO with her husband and has two sons, Zachary and Taylor. She serves on the board for “Athletes in Tandem” a non-profit organization partnering elite athletes with kids who have disabilities, enjoys kayak camping, horse camping, piano and outdoor adventures.

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