Leadership Lessons from Steve Jobs

Leadership Lessons from Steve Jobs :

Leadership for Steve Was more than a Product it was an Innovation to inspire the world and the people through technology and it is the language of the century now.but most i remarked it that he was a leader that stimulate the skills of his team to get the best of them as he said “Look at the results,” .
It is not only a good planner and a team builder but also a challenger that get the best from you and it make you discover yourself.

He was also a Trainer a Capacity Builder for his Team :

{After he righted the company, Jobs began taking his “top 100” people on a retreat each year. On the last day, he would stand in front of a whiteboard (he loved whiteboards, because they gave him complete control of a situation and they engendered focus) and ask, “What are the 10 things we should be doing next?” People would fight to get their suggestions on the list. Jobs would write them down—and then cross off the ones he decreed dumb. After much jockeying, the group would come up with a list of 10. Then Jobs would slash the bottom seven and announce, “We can only do three.”}

Near the end of his life, Jobs was visited at home by Larry Page, who was about to resume control of Google, the company he had cofounded. Even though their companies were feuding, Jobs was willing to give some advice. “The main thing I stressed was focus,” he recalled. Figure out what Google wants to be when it grows up, he told Page. “It’s now all over the map. What are the five products you want to focus on? Get rid of the rest, because they’re dragging you down. They’re turning you into Microsoft. They’re causing you to turn out products that are adequate but not great.” Page followed the advice. In January 2012 he told employees to focus on just a few priorities, such as Android and Google+, and to make them “beautiful,” the way Jobs would have done.

Networking and Mobilize your resource another important skill for leadership :

as he put it in his often-quoted commencement speech at Stanford, about “connecting the dots,” glimpsing the relationships among wildly disparate life experiences and changes in technology.

Steve Jobs Webpage

The Real Leadership Lessons of Steve Jobs

Apple Remembering Steve

For me During our Presentation skills workshops with Kim , it was clear for us about the critic thinking about appreciate the why and go depth to discover your why and then go to the how and the what and he was relax , easy and mostly he was simple in his language even he is most of the generation technical person .

people , people = audience , it is not about you but about people who ever they are it is about them not you .


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