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Dearborn's PeopleGro helps businesses play better, more effectively

Nicole Lemieux-Rever suffered a head injury in the early 1990s. That unfortunate mishap turned into an inspiration for a successful business, PeopleGro.

The accident sparked Lemieux-Rever's interest in the human brain, how it functions and how it impacts the effectiveness of people. That turned into PeopleGro, a company that focuses on organizational development and executive coaching for other businesses and entrepreneurs.

"We help you play better with the other people in the sandbox," says Lemieux-Rever, founder and catalyst for PeopleGro.

The Dearborn-based business now has three employees after adding one position. The 10-year-old company is also looking at bringing on an intern or two this summer. Making that growth possible are new clients, including Michigan State University and Zingerman's, along with some old faces.

"Clients who were on board five years ago have come back," says Lemieux-Rever.

Source: Nicole Lemieux-Rever, founder and catalyst for PeopleGro
Writer: Jon Zemke

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