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Robert Wood “Woody” Johnson Named LCT Show East Key Note Speaker

Posted on October 4, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT Show East has just announced Robert “Woody” Johnson as one of its keynote speakers. Robert Wood Johnson IV, is a fourth-generation member of the founding family of Johnson & Johnson, the worldwide health care company, and has built upon his family’s proud legacy of achievement as a successful businessman, civic leader and compassionate philanthropist.

He currently serves as Chairman and CEO of The Johnson Company Inc., a private investment management company and is the owner of the New York Jets. He is also the Founder of the Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR).

Johnson will be hosting a session with Dav El CEO Scott Solombrino asking questions regarding change in leadership, critical thinking, tough decision making, setting an example for your team, having passions for what you do, and how acts of kindness/charity help leadership skills.  “Woody” will also speak on how politics have played a critical role in the last election, and there will also of course be a discussion on football. This will be a unique opportunity for all attendees.

His session will start at 5pm on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013.

For more information go to www.lcteast.com.

Related Topics: business management, keynote speakers, LCT-NLA Show East, leadership, Super Bowl

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