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the class was that it is best to be prepared and to never judge someone because of their years of experience or what they have done, but instead understand their career development and their potential. Not everyone has the same path, but if one is given tools to succeed, they will. As HR managers and leaders, our job is to manage talent and develop those around us. While you help develop those around you, you become a mentor and gain a key role in how well they are prepared to succeed. Personally, although this course was only a few weeks long, I definitely learned a lot from it. Not only did I learn about what it takes to be a leader, but also how to use my knowledge in the workplace. Although I am not in the position where I want to be, I know that I am now well equipped with knowledge on the subject matter. As part of my current position, I have already started to implement the onboarding process as a key part of my organization's hiring and development program. I also strongly believe feedback is key in any role, and that too, I have spoken with my boss and we have designed “feedback meetings” where we provide feedback to others and self-reflect on our performance. Overall, I believe Professor Finch is a great instructor