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Dr. Henrik Mann interviews Mr. Brett Johnson, founder of the Institute for Innovation, Integration & Impact, Inc. about new insights into higher standard leadership as applied in the United States and overseas in the face of a new global economic imperative.
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Higher Standard Leadership - Part One
Mr. Johnson discusses his life’s path, and how he came to live in America. He also discusses his latest book LEMON Leadership, and identifies the five types of leaders he describes in his book.
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Higher Standard Leadership - Part Two
Brett explains what makes the five types of leaders different, and why you must deal with each type differently. Mr. Johnson also applies his definitions of leaders to the story of Christmas, and to prominent figures in the Bible.
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Higher Standard Leadership - Part Three
Mr. Johnson discusses his international efforts, and how his leadership lessons are able to reach across cultural boundaries.
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Higher Standard Leadership - Part Four
Mr. Johnson explains why facing fears is an essential trait of a great leader, and why you should never fear a challenge. He also shares his message of hope for the leaders of the world.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Brett Johnson
Brett Johnson founded The Institute for Innovation, Integration & Impact, Inc. in 1996. Brett’s writings support his work consulting to business and social sector leaders on breakthrough strategies. He has over twenty-five years experience with leading public accounting and management consulting firms helping corporations from global multi-nationals through to business start-ups and social sector organizations. Brett was a Partner at KPMG Peat Marwick and at Computer Sciences Corporation. He spent fourteen years at Price Waterhouse working in the United States and South Africa. He has worked extensively with executive teams helping them envision new futures, and aligning such teams around a common purpose. Brett has extensive experience in redesigning organizations and in coaching executive teams. Throughout his career, he has used his business expertise to provide consulting services to charities and universities. He has worked with local NGOs through to international charities. Brett and Lyn founded a non-profit organization in California called rēp in 1992. He is the author of a book entitled Convergence. He coauthored I-Operations: the Impact of the Internet on Operating Models with Gary Daichendt, the former EVP of Worldwide Operations at Cisco Systems. The second edition of I-Operations: How the Internet can transform your Operating Model was released in February 2003. He has also authored numerous papers. His third book is titled LEMON Leadership®. Brett is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Cape Town.

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