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Women in RCC Group Coaching

Professional Virtual Group Coaching for Female Physicians

A common theme that has emerged from previous Women in RCC events is the need for effective ways to positively promote YOU inside and outside of your institution regarding leadership, mentorship, speaking, research, publications, and other professional opportunities. Learning from experienced professional coaches in a virtual group setting with a small group of your peers may be an ideal next step in your professional development.

The purpose of this program is to:

  • Empower early/mid-career-level women physicians to become leaders in their area of medicine
  • Build leadership skills through structured, online training and virtual programs
  • Create a space for mentorship opportunities, community and camaraderie

This program is open to participants both in and outside of the U.S.

Application Process

Applications will be accepted beginning November 9, 2023 and will close on December 15, 2023. All applications must be submitted through the online platform linked above.

  • Each applicant must fill out the online application
    • Attach Curriculum vitae
    • Attach Statement of Interest (2-page maximum)
      • Within your statement, please address:
        • Your 3 greatest achievements in your career to this point
        • The 3 biggest challenges in your career to date
        • Your career goals for the next 2 years, 5 years, and 10 years and how this opportunity will help you achieve those goals
    • Attach at least 1 Letter of Support

Notification Process

All approved applicants will be notified mid-January 2024. All communications will be sent to the primary email address entered in the application. All non-approved applicants will be notified and will have the opportunity to apply for future cohorts.

Program Outline

Up to 15 participants will be accepted for a 6-month cohort beginning in January 2024. The program will include:

  • A 1:1 introductory call with Dr. Harry or Dr. Kiely from Well-being Worx (WBW)
  • Twelve, 60-minute group coaching sessions via Zoom held twice per month
  • CMEs may be earned by completing post-session writing prompts


  • Be a female physician (MD, DO, or international equivalent) in active clinical practice or currently conducting research
  • Have completed your residency or fellowship within the last ten years
  • Have a professional interest in kidney cancer
  • Be a committed member of the Women in RCC initiative (have attended, or plan to attend a future WiRCC event)

Meet the Coaches

Well-being Worx (WBW) was founded by two women physician leaders – Dr. Elizabeth M. Harry and Dr. Sharon C. Kiely. Our vision is to support physicians’ personal well-being and professional leadership to amplify an individual’s impact in the world. WBW recognizes the interplay between work life, and personal life and that both are integrated and evolving for every individual. Well-being Worx considers the unique needs and desires of the individual first so that they are most able to lead, to contribute, and to succeed.

For more information or questions contact: [email protected]

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This program is made possible with the generous support of: