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September 2, 2020
SROA's Newest Member-at-Large - Mike Grindstaff

Mike Grindstaff, director, Radiation Oncology at TriHealth Cancer Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio, is SROA’s new member-at-large. He participated in a Q&A to talk about his new role.

By Tammy McCausland
Tags: Leadership, Mentoring
July 29, 2020
The Art of Talking to people, Networking and Building Relationships

“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years getting people interested in you,” Mattson

By Mel Kauffman
Tags: Leadership, Mentoring, Early Career
May 6, 2020
Radiation Oncology Career Growth Starts with a Conversation

Job satisfaction is important because it helps us have a healthy attitude that permeates all areas of our life. One was to ensure job satisfaction is having an honest conversation about career development with your manager. A good manager is willing to act as a mentor and help foster your career growth. 

By Brenda Marie Palo
Tags: Leadership, Early Career, Mentoring
January 6, 2020
Like a Garden, Your Relationships Need Nurturing

Mentoring, in my opinion, is an overused term because I think we do it without putting the “mentoring” label on it. Mentoring is not like a shoebox with stuff in it that you pull out when you need it. It’s more aptly called relationship building, and it’s a core skill you should develop to use personally and professionally.

By Chet Szerlag
Tags: Early Career, Mentoring, Leadership