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Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

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How You Can Spearhead Your Onboarding Process as a Leader

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Reading Time: 2 minutes As a leader entering a role at a new company, did you know you have the power to influence your onboarding experience? While HR leads much of the onboarding process, when you take initiative to ask the right questions, get to know the right people, and set the right goals,

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The Future of Leadership: Maximizing the Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Artificial Intelligence (AI) has recently become a buzzword in the business world. It is a disruptive technology that has the potential to transform various industries. It has already begun to revolutionize how leaders think about AI, make decisions, manage their teams, and interact with stakeholders.  If utilized effectively by competent

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From Rookie to Pro: How to Navigate Your First Management Role

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Have you recently been promoted to a leadership role? Congratulations, this is a significant accomplishment and a testament to your hard work, dedication, and leadership potential! However, as you step into this new role, you may find that it comes with its own set of challenges.  Here are the three

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Sticking to Your New Year’s Resolutions: Tips for Success

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Reading Time: 3 minutes We are already halfway through the second month of the year and many of us are still filled with renewed motivation and inspiration. We make New Year’s resolutions with the intention of making positive changes in our lives to help us become better people, and in turn, better leaders. But

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The Importance of Resilience in Leadership

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Reading Time: 2 minutes When it comes to leadership, it has been said that resilience—the ability to cope with and bounce back from situations that don’t go as planned—is one of the most vital qualities to have.  As a leader, you understand that there is only so much planning and organization you can do

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The Benefits of a 5-Year Vision

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you have a vision of what your life will look like in 5 years? What about what your business or organization will look like? If you close your eyes and picture what you will be doing in the year 2027, what is it? Chances are, it looks a lot

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Taking Time to Reflect on 2022

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Reading Time: 4 minutes And just like that, the 2022 season has come to an end.  Looking back at the last year, I can see how 2022 was filled with many opportunities, milestones, achievements, and lessons learned.  I am a firm believer that a vital part of turning lessons into opportunities for growth is

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Four Strategies That Will Lead You to Onboarding Success

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Imagine you’ve just accepted a job with a new organization. As a first-time leader, you have your work cut out for you. You’re ready to take all you’ve learned and get started proving you’re worthy of promotions or having been hired in the first place.  Those are common feelings for

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Developing Future Leaders

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Developing future leaders is the most crucial element in organizational success. All development efforts must fulfill an organizational need, whether they are a minor component of a more comprehensive talent strategy or an exceptional program for chosen individuals.

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Taking The Time To Reflect and Plan For 2023

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Reading Time: 4 minutes ‘Tis the season to reflect and plan for 2023. This time of year has two reasons to celebrate, reflect or do what works best for you. Thanksgiving and the Christmas Holidays. Let’s start with Thanksgiving. 

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Set the Tone for a Successful Career

Don't let your title dictate your strategy. Rather, use these 7 steps for a smooth transition and to succeed in the most important period of your employment: your first 90 days.

As a new manager or leader, you have your work cut out for you but it's important to slow down and be strategic. Many careers get sidetracked during the first 90 to 180 days because the entry was too fast. Follow the advice in this free white paper to set the tone during your onboarding and to set yourself up for success.

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