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Walter Rakowich

Dear Friend,

I landed my first job in 1979.

I was thrilled that I’d be taking home my first real paycheck as an adult. In my interview, we didn’t discuss the culture or company purpose because that wouldn’t have occurred to us. During my first few months on the job, I wasn’t thinking about a rapport with my boss because that wasn’t something you expected. Instead, I focused on my sense of duty to perform in exchange for taking that check home every two weeks.

Today, people see more, hear more, do more, and expect more—all within a highly compressed timeline. So how do leaders help their teams overcome these influences that only lead to greater complexity and anxiety?

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Thanks,
Walter Rakowich

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