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Leadership Breakfast Session

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  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Techonomy2017 Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Tuesday, November 7, 2017. (Photography by Paul Sakuma Photography) www.PaulSakuma.com

  • Lowinn Kibbey (left) of Johnson & Johnson with Tony O'Driscoll of Duke Corporate Education during the breakfast session on leadership at Techonomy 2017. (Photo: Paul Sakuma)

Speaker

Lowinn Kibbey
Global Head of the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, Johnson & Johnson

Tony O’Driscoll
Global Head, DukeCE Labs

Blair Sheppard
Global Leader, Strategy and Leadership Development, PwC


Session Description: 

in partnership with Duke Corporate Education and Johnson & Johnson

Two-thirds of executives say the next 36 months will be more critical to their industries than the previous 50 years. In this volatile, uncertain, tech-infused world, old ways of developing leaders are irrelevant. What are enlightened companies and leaders doing now?

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