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Global Marketplace Leadership and Religion: The ICCC Story
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Dr. Henrik Mann meets with guest Peter Kent , President of the ICCC-USA, on the scope of their work in China, Africa, and the Middle East, and how thier missional commitment to faith inspires ICCC to bring nations and business leaders together to partner in new trade relationships.
Episode Segments:
 
An Interview with Peter Kent Part One
Peter describes how his life came crashing down, and what it taught him (and what it did teach him is a valuable lesson for all of us). He also explains the mission of the ICCC, and talks about their upcoming meetings in San Francisco.
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An Interview with Peter Kent Part Two
Peter discusses the leadership curriculum of the ICCC and how it is working in countries like China. Peter also discusses the benefits of its international membership, and their involvement across the globe in regions of Africa and Israel.
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An Interview with Peter Kent Part Three
Peter shares his perspective on the growth we experience during the hard times and how we can build hope rather than fear. Plus, Charlie Self joins the conversation to discuss the growth of Christianity in the Southern Hemisphere and it impact on social change.
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An Interview with Peter Kent Part Four
Peter describes how the ICCC is able to balance business and faith, and the challenge of being a Christian in the free marketplace. Peter also shares the message the ICCC is trying to share with the world.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Peter Kent
Peter Kent is currently President of ICCC USA. He is also President of Insight Business Systems, a consulting firm in Silicon Valley helping early-stage startup companies with strategic, financial and operational issues for the last 15 years. He is active in the non-profit area, as well, leading local community non-profit efforts in addition to ICCC. Mr. Kent has an MBA from Stanford University, and an engineering degree from the University of Michigan.

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