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Author and podcast host Whitney Johnson is a disruptive thinker through and through. Since the day she left an unfulfilling job on Wall Street, she has been challenging herself and others to be creative, driven and above all else, disruptive. Named one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world (Thinkers50), she has developed a framework for personal disruption and outlined it in her critically acclaimed book Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work.
She is also the author of Build an "A" Team: Play To Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve (her latest book), host of the popular Disrupt Yourself podcast and ReWork contributor. Get to know more about her below.
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