How to Be Heard and Get What You Want Most of the Time

Allison Linney is the one who first said to me at two years old, "Turn Your Face."

Turn Your Face

     Barbara J. Linney is the former Vice President of Career Development for the American Association of Physician Leaders (formerly ACPE). She is known for her work in career counseling, management development, and communications training.
      Her background includes one-on-one counseling, seminar presentations, published articles, and college-level teaching. She is author of the books, A Career Guide for Physician Executives, 2nd Edition of Hope for the Future, and co-author of the book Physician Executives: What, Why and How, 2nd Edition. She has published numerous articles in the PEJ (Physician Executive Journal.)  She is a graduate of the University of Richmond in Virginia and earned her master's degree at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

       Audiences have heard her speak on topics such as Improving Interpersonal Communications, Conflict  Management, Delivering Effective Presentations, Conducting Effective Meetings, Career Advancement, and Writing as a Form of Prayer. She has received excellent evaluations for programs taught at Harvard, Stanford, and the Mayo Clinic. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.