Tim Laugh, Director, Cancer Services at Owensboro Health, joins SROA Soundboard for its "In Conversation" series. He reflects on his experience as an administrator, what he enjoys doing outside work and advice for others.

Listen to hear more about:

  • Could you tell me briefly about your current position? (0:30)
  • What do you like about being in a leadership position? (1:02)
  • What do you find most challenging about leadership, especially in radiation oncology? (1:32)
  • Do you feel your job as an administrator is becoming tougher with cuts and the RO-APM? (1:56)
  • What do you hope to accomplish in your current role and at this point in your career? (2:50)
  • What have you learned about leadership that you could share? (3:42)
  • What/who inspires you? And why? (4:19)
  • How does your family feel about you being a Radiation Oncology Administrator? (4:49)
  • What professional organizations do you belong to and why? (5:33)
  • What role has volunteering played in your career and in life personally? (6:28)
  • What do you like to do in your free time? (7:21)
  • What are you currently reading? (8:05) Do you have a favorite book you would recommend? (8:24)
  • What’s on your playlist? (8:48)
  • What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? (9:27)
  • Based on everything you’ve learned over your career and your life, what advice would you offer others? (9:38)
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