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Steve Jobs Leadership Skills Breakdown – How To Motivate People

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Steve Jobs Leadership Skills Breakdown – How To Motivate People

When Steve Jobs returned as the CEO of Apple in 1997, the company was on the verge of bankruptcy. Today, Apple is the most profitable company on the planet, thanks in huge part to Steve Jobs leadership. He was able to motivate employees, turn the company around, and preside over huge developments like the iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad.

But Steve Jobs is unique in that despite clearly being an effective leader, he was not particularly likeable. Steve Jobs presentation and interview skills were legendary though. In this video we break down exactly what it was that made Steve Jobs such a powerful leader by examining his interviews and speeches. The goal is to use the lessons from his life to learn how to motivate employees and the people in our lives.

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  1. On your being a leader how about adding topic overcoming adversity celebs, musicians, CEO's and others from homeless, dirt poor to success by overcoming.

  2. Slow Down! It would be easier to understand you if you don’t sound like you are rambling. You talk way too fast! Put more passion into what you are trying to teach.

  3. your making it look like steve jobs was the perfect leader, he was good but far from great. the thing he was great at was his ideas not his leadarship. just sayin

  4. hey Charlie. I keep hearing a lot about Billy Graham and how he was such an effective evangelist and speaker. just wondering what your take on his charismatic methods would be and how we might become better speakers. love the content by the way!

  5. hey Charlie. I keep hearing a lot about Billy Graham and how he was such an effective evangelist and speaker. just wondering what your take on his charismatic methods would be and how we might become better speakers. love the content by the way!

  6. It's interesting that you say when something 'will' happen, that brings certainty. In English football, managers specifically avoid ever saying that to avoid complacency; whether they are ahead or behind.

  7. Really love the depths of people you comprehend and put forward. New to your channel and I already love it. Watched so many videos today itself. Thank you for the insight.

  8. -So he united people with a purpose and vision constantly
    -His vision for Apple was simple
    -Had work that has a lasting impact and inspired people emotionally
    -He lived by his vision and made decisions by them, always enforced it and focused on it
    -He made people around him feel that they could do anything and possible to change the world
    -He made other business people mortal enemies to rile people up
    -He talked in metaphors, used emotional, human views like war and survival to engage people
    -Having an enemy made people work harder, enforcing it

    -Clear simple vision to motivate and excite people, then add on emotionally charged metaphor and added an element of a looming element

    -He had a lot of certainties and it made people sense that he believed in it and they jumped on the bandwagon
    Conviction helped by talking in certainty, talking like things had already happen

  9. Great explanation. That said, I think that Jobs willingness to allow people to do what they wanted to do (autonomy) and to help them to be their best were also key to his being able to lead Apple to excellence. This was proven by the 30+ years of research by Edward Deci, Richard Ryan et al, their Self-Determination Theory. I have also proved it in practice as a manager.

  10. Leadership skills… direct, honest, open, listens, loyal, focus, prepares, self monitoring, great attitude, maintain confidentiality, clear communication, & ect.

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