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what do you look for?

Published on September 21, 2012 By Michele

Doing MORE

Published on August 28, 2012 By Michele

Kevin and Jackie Freiberg have done it again!  They have a gift at framing things in such a wonderful way.  Today I received this list of 24 ways to do MORE not less and I would like to share their words with you. “Extemporize Less… Prepare More Sit Less… Stretch More Eat Less… Exercise More […]

Awe-inspiring moments

Published on August 10, 2012 By Michele

Cancer registrars, like most people, are busy and stressed out.  Instead of planning and structuring their work days there is a tendency to rush around and react to the hectic schedules and demands of the day.  It is during these days that we can miss awe-inspiring moments.  Recently I read a blog post by Maria […]

8 ways cancer registrars can lead their program to success

Published on August 1, 2012 By Michele

The cancer registrar’s ability to build trust and lead the cancer program team to high levels of performance requires clarity, energy, productivity and influence.  They accomplish this by developing high-trust relationships and by focusing their own behaviors so that they are aligned with those of the organization, their peers and industry.  Here are eight ways […]

Not Now is Never

Published on February 5, 2012 By Michele

The Butterfly Effect

Published on January 1, 2012 By Michele

Watch this short, yet powerful, movie from SimpleTruths.com.

Maximize Your Performance

Published on November 18, 2011 By Michele

Would you like to maximize your work performance and increase your happiness and gratitude?  Most of us want to do this and very briefly I want to let you know how you can get started doing this right now.   Scientists and physicians, such as Dr. Daniel Amen, have done a great amount of study in […]

Innovation for the Cancer Registrar

Published on November 11, 2011 By Michele

What does it mean to innovate?  Steve Jobs has been acknowledged as one of the most creative, innovative people in the world.  It was through his leadership that much of our electronic technology has come into existence today.  It took passion, creativity and innovation to bring this about.  In the December 2011 issue of Success […]

Dressing the Part

Published on August 21, 2011 By Michele

In my experience as a Cancer Registry Manager I was always interested, and sometimes surprised, at what people chose to wear for their interview as a new hire candidate.  I’ve seen everything from jeans and T-shirts to button-down collars and 3-piece suits on men and women alike.  I’ve interviewed people who looked like they just […]

Cancer Registrars ~ Re-Focus for Success

Published on March 23, 2011 By Michele

Cancer Registrars are busy folks, without a doubt.  Staffing and budgets are always stretched thin, equipment not always optimal and travel to national conferences to get the latest updates in data collection standards.  In these conditions, little innovation or creativity can take in order for the registrar to analyze their operations and make changes to […]