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Vulnerability Improves Your Business – and You
John Quinlan John Quinlan
For Immediate Release:
Dateline: Detroit , MI
Thursday, January 05, 2017


In the business world, as in life, goods, ideas, thoughts and emotions can only be exchanged if there are two or more parties involved. It’s hard to make a purchase without a seller. It’s even more difficult to be a leader without someone willing to follow.

As a leader, this type of social capital does not grow on trees. It requires a conscious and deliberate effort to build trust. In fact, it demands one to exemplify vulnerability, a willingness to be wounded. The C – suite is in dire need of this values-based leadership and engagement modeling deep integrity.

As I navigate the business community, advising CEOs and their teams, we discuss strategy, values, scalability, brand, and leadership…but what I bring to the table first is relationship.


Plymouth, MI