Steve Jobs was one of the few people who dared to think differently. In his biography Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson presented to his readers how Jobs was able to pair creativity with technology in a way that had never been done before. Jobs held a strong passion for his projects, and was determined to present the best possible version of technology to the public. It was because of his driven personality and persistence that his inventions were able to make an impact on the world forever. One reason as to why Jobs was the man who rose to success during this technological era was because of his unique personality.
Even though there were a lot of potholes and bumps along the way, it was his relentless and hunger for achieving and accomplishing personal goals which fueled his remarkable success. As history shall be written about the businesses, ideas, and creations Jobs left upon the world, his individual philosophy, intelligence, and humbleness created and crafted the man himself. One’s on mindset and perception of reality is a huge element in the successfulness of that individual’s life (Goldberg 5). Even though Steve Jobs had an unusual and not your typical upbringing, the fire with breathe within him energized him thought his life even Shah
Edison was very passionate about his work otherwise he wouldn’t be very successful. Inventors test their ideas numerous times and fix little things at a time until progress is made. They are strong minded and determined to make a difference in the world. Edison is one of these inventors, which is why he was so successful. He had a strong heart and didn’t let his failures get the best of him.
Steve Jobs played a big role in making Apple successful. Jobs was a great leader who led his employees to work harder and think smarter. He was also a perfectionist, so he made all his products exactly the way he envisioned them. Jobs could be very harsh on his employees because of this, but his harshness helped make his employees create great devices (Kutcher). Without Jobs, Apple would never have been as successful as it is
His charisma enables him to whip up the enthusiasm of his employees to achieve more by doing seemingly impossible tasks, and also convince customers to buy Apple products. He is also a transformational leader which he focuses on “transforming” others to help each other, to look out for each other, to be encouraging and harmonious, and to look out for the organization as a whole. At Apple, he is seen as a leader whose brilliance and idealistic vision of “providing computers as a tool to change the world,” drew other talented people to him whereas his Leadership creates valuable and positive change in the followers. In his leadership, he enhances the motivation, morale and performance of his follower group. Therefore, he can still regarded as both charismatic and transformational.
Although most leaders are not chosen for their level of intelligence, some unlike Tom truly do want to help, but the selfishness of others over shadows any good intentions. Tom never meant to hurt anyone when he was conducting his plans to free Jim, but he ended up hurting everyone around him, including himself. He felt so sorry about all of the things that he put Jim through, that he gave Jim forty dollars. The mess that Tom left behind was so big that he himself had to clean it up. With leadership comes the responsibility to govern others, but it is people's jobs to chose them
He accomplishes this by asking thought-provoking questions that make the audience feel and think about what is truly important, and by convincing them to take any and all opportunities that they may encounter, because they never know when one could lead to success. Steve Jobs starts his speech with a great deal of credibility. His introduction, by Stanford president John Hennessy, emphasizes the success Jobs has had in his companies and other ventures. Jobs’ name is already
He puts his beliefs into action and stands strong to be the person he is proud and thankful to be. God blesses him through those actions that he takes to make a leap in faith and risk many things in his journey as a businessman. All of the jobs he worked, and much of the time he spent learning and developing his ideas truly worked out for him as he understood that no matter what the struggle might be, there is always a chance to right a wrong and become something much stronger because of it. Throughout his life, he made certain that he was going to be the successful man he always wanted to be and his faith was a strong as his will to develop into a man that could do anything he ever wanted to
This really means that Apple has not impose its ethical conduct thoroughly throughout the company. Therefore. according to multiple popular news sources, Apple does not really present as a very ethical corporation. This is on a level understandable providing the number of haters and competitors Apple has that may have had played a hand in exposing these scandals to the public. However, Apple is to blame for such appalling business conduct and ignorance in their monitoring not only Apple premises but also with
We see visionary leaders everywhere. For instance, in business organization, religious institutions, government, school, sports team, different levels of society and cultures. Based on the theory, Uncle Lim’s leadership style will be discussed as follows: Figure 2: Lim Goh Tong Visionary Leadership A visionary leader is very good in communicating with people. Uncle Lim understood the importance of effective communication. He knew that people can turn his goal into reality.