On Leadership: Sheila Johnson, BET co-founder
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On Leadership: Sheila Johnson, BET co-founder

Johnson, who also co-owns the Washington Mystics, talks with On Leadership's Steve Pearlstein on the challenges of leading a sports team, what she's learning from Barack Obama's mistakes and how playing violin prepared her for leadership. Video by Troy Harrison and Andrea Useem/washingtonpost.com. Editing & Production by Elizabeth Tenety, Lauren Gentile and Andrea Useem/washingtonpost.com

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