2015 Servant Leadership Summit

Dr. Fred Johnson, Founder, CEO InitiativeOne

2015 Servant Leadership Summit

2015 Servant Leadership Summit

What is Your “Game Plan”?

Dr. Fred Johnson
Founder, CEO

Dr. Johnson is the results-driven Chief Executive Officer and Founder of IntiativeOne. He has developed and implemented proprietary processes that create cultural change within corporate and organizational environments by focusing on improving the behaviors of key leaders. Implementation of these processes results in verifiable improvement in morale, productivity, profitability and efficiency. He has taught leadership and organizational principles to senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, and is passionate about sharing his message with organizations throughout the United States. His most widely recognized clients include the Green Bay Packers Coaches, the Seattle Seahawks, Honeywell, Unison Health Plan, and United States Steel, to name a few.

At the heart of InitiativeOne’s vision is a desire to serve others by leading them to experience transformation at an individual level in order to build their capacity to serve their organizations and communities. Servant Leadership begins with healthy leaders. Healthy Leaders have a simple yet profound “Game Plan” for life. His two main topics are below with what you will leave with from this Summit.

Leaders Lead by Impact – Three Key “Takeaways”

  • Develop a strategy for effective decision making
  • Develop ways to increase group acceptance
  • Develop tools for setting boundaries

What Is Your Game Plan? – Three Key “Takeaways”

  • Develop a Game Plan that enables you to Lead with Integrity
  • Develop a Game Plan to Combat Everyday Distractions and Drama
  • Develop a Game Plan to Foster Effective Shared Decision-Making

Friday, January 30th, 2015

7:45 AM – 8:15 AM

Continental Breakfast/Networking

8:15 AM – 12:00 PM

(12:00 PM – 12:30 PM Book Signing)

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