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When Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs
died, people left loving notes
at every Apple store around
the world.
@TheDovBaron
@TheDovBaron
There was tremendous
gratitude for the innovations and
advancement Jobs had brought
to our planet.
We’ve identified 100 key factors and steps to help you
determine the Matrix of your Authenticity as a Leader.
AUTHENTIC
LE...
@TheDovBaron
However, there was something
else going on in direct response
to Steve Jobs’ passing –
“The Canonizing Effect...
We instantly erase all their
“sins” and turn them into
some kind of saint.
@TheDovBaron
As a result of this canonizing of Jobs,
one of the things that I experienced
was that I began hearing people in
the leader...
Really? People wanted to
emulate Jobs’ leadership style?
@TheDovBaron
Let’s be clear–there were many
things about his leadership style
that were highly admirable. For
instance, his single-mind...
However, there was another side, to
Jobs as a leader.  He was oftentimes
nothing short of cruel to those under
him and ver...
Apple is one of the most successful
companies in the world. However, the
question that rises here is not one of
Steve Jobs...
Therefore, we are left to consider:
Was Steve Jobs
a Leadership Dinosaur?
@TheDovBaron
In this eCourse, Dov shares how to develop
Fiercely Loyal Employees
by focusing on
Get $50 OFF
the course as a “thank you ...
Read the full article:
link
I eagerly anticipate your
feedback and comments.
With gratitude,
Dov Baron
fullmontyleadership.com
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Steve Jobs – Leadership Dinosaur?

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When Apple's CEO Steve Jobs died, people left loving notes at every Apple store around the world. There was tremendous gratitude for the innovations and advancement Jobs had brought to our planet.

However, there was something else going on in direct response to Steve Jobs’ passing-- "The Canonizing Effect.”

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Steve Jobs – Leadership Dinosaur?

  1. 1. When Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs died, people left loving notes at every Apple store around the world. @TheDovBaron
  2. 2. @TheDovBaron There was tremendous gratitude for the innovations and advancement Jobs had brought to our planet.
  3. 3. We’ve identified 100 key factors and steps to help you determine the Matrix of your Authenticity as a Leader. AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP MATRIX Click here
  4. 4. @TheDovBaron However, there was something else going on in direct response to Steve Jobs’ passing – “The Canonizing Effect.”
  5. 5. We instantly erase all their “sins” and turn them into some kind of saint. @TheDovBaron
  6. 6. As a result of this canonizing of Jobs, one of the things that I experienced was that I began hearing people in the leadership community speak of how they wanted to be the kind of leader Jobs was. @TheDovBaron
  7. 7. Really? People wanted to emulate Jobs’ leadership style? @TheDovBaron
  8. 8. Let’s be clear–there were many things about his leadership style that were highly admirable. For instance, his single-minded drive for innovation was remarkable. @TheDovBaron
  9. 9. However, there was another side, to Jobs as a leader.  He was oftentimes nothing short of cruel to those under him and very much isolated and unapproachable. @TheDovBaron
  10. 10. Apple is one of the most successful companies in the world. However, the question that rises here is not one of Steve Jobs’ innovative genius, (which I highly respect), but rather his ability to effectively lead now and in the future. @TheDovBaron
  11. 11. Therefore, we are left to consider: Was Steve Jobs a Leadership Dinosaur? @TheDovBaron
  12. 12. In this eCourse, Dov shares how to develop Fiercely Loyal Employees by focusing on Get $50 OFF the course as a “thank you gift” with the link below. Go to Course AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP IN ACTION
  13. 13. Read the full article: link
  14. 14. I eagerly anticipate your feedback and comments. With gratitude, Dov Baron fullmontyleadership.com

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