The Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School advances research and education in coaching by bringing together leaders in the field to accelerate research progress and disseminate coaching's best practices. The Institute offers an annual Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference and presents Harnisch research grants to qualified researchers.
Captain Reyné O’Shaughnessy has been a commercial airline pilot for over 34 years for a Fortune 50 company. She has logged over 10,000 hours of total heavy jet flight time. Her aircraft experience includes B727, B757/B767, Airbus 300/310, and notably, thirty four years ago she was one of the first women B747 qualified.
Captain O’ is a certified health coach accredited by the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy®, the Gold Standard in health coaching. This is the only program designed and delivered in collaboration with the Institute for Functional Medicine® and fully approved by the NSHWC.
The functional medicine model is an individualized, patient-centered, science-based approach that empowers patients and practitioners to work together to address the underlying causes of disease and promote optimal wellness. It requires a detailed understanding of each client’s genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors and leverages that data to direct personalized program plans that lead to improved outcomes.
Captain O is proud to be a pilot, aviation safety advocate, researcher, and wellbeing strategist centering on the wellbeing that impacts all aspects of safety. She is a visionary leader who brings a clear idea of how the future of mental health and performance in aviation should look.
Captain O’s leadership lens, along with evidence-based, scientific, self-care practices, have helped her scale the work of Piloting 2 Wellbeing.