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September 2017 Newsletter

It’s been exactly one year since LeadQuine found its forever home here outside of Lapeer, MI! We’ve worked so hard to get the property in shape for hosting programs onsite that we stopped paying attention to social media. Well, we are back on track, ready for clients, and off to a great start! Thank you for joining us on this journey. We hope you find value in the articles and videos we share, and we look forward to working with you to support your own growth and development. Happy September!

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I’ve recently been working with a company undergoing a major restructuring. “Kate” and “Angela” held the same position in the organization prior to the restructuring. Both women have been with the company for about six years. In the new structure, Kate has been assigned the same job responsibilities she’s held for a while now, but her title has changed to what she perceives as a demotion. Kate recently met with her manager to complain about this change in job title, even though her salary and responsibilities remain the same. She asked permission to escalate the matter to the CEO of the company to see if “Senior” could be added to her title as a way to distinguish her level of experience. 

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“We need to keep these upcoming changes to the structure under wraps for now. We don’t want to scare or alarm anyone. Once we’ve got the new plans all figured out, we will share it with the whole company all at once. That way, no one will panic.” –CEO of a small company to his management team

“What’s happening? Do you think they are going to keep everyone or will some of us lose our jobs? I just bought a house…will I be able to pay my mortgage? I don’t understand what direction we are going in. Why haven’t they asked us for input?” –Employees of said company, around the water cooler, in the hallways, and behind closed doors

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There are two kinds of leaders—the kind who get in the trenches with their team to experience growth together and walk alongside their team members; and the kind who set up things for their team to experience, and then walk away.

The first type of leader—let’s call them “Walkers”—isn’t afraid to learn along with their team. They aren’t worried about appearing vulnerable or not having all the answers, and never claim to know more than they do. They play with their team, work with their team, and model leadership through action.

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