5 Leadership Traits to become a successful Leader

Posted on 21/01/2014. Filed under: Business, Reviews, Technology-التقنية |

Having a vision:

Steve Jobs had a clear Vision “To change the world” for a lot of people this might seem as an unattainable dream, however through persistence focus and self trust, Steve Jobs made his vision possible by innovating his first vision “Think Different”. He had a strong belief in his goal and all the challenges he has faced didn’t not stop him from achieving it.

Being genuine:

Steve Jobs was truly charismatic, and the way he had all this charisma was by being himself, being different than anyone else and not trying to fake his feelings. In his public appearances he showed a lot of enthusiasm and that was contagious because he was genuine.

Building a team of experts:

Although Steve Jobs was the most iconic person in Apple; he could not have done it by himself. He had the ability to attract the best people around him and made sure that Apple and Pixar both had the best people in the best positions and most importantly people that work well together.

Selling skills:

To be a great Visionary CEO it is crucial to have great selling and influencing skills. Steve jobs wasn’t born as a great sales person, on the contrary he worked on sharpening his skills. It was his entrepreneurial drive that made him create ways of convincing people, be it convincing people in working for him – the famous sentence that he has said to John Schuley: Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with me and change the world?” – or in introducing a new product.

Challenging the status-co:

Steve Jobs was very well known for his risk taking, as a matter of fact he was fired from Apple because of his risky ideas. As Alison Linn from MSNBC puts its “He has taught us that it is ok to fail.” Steve Jobs was always good as figuring out what people wanted and never backed away from trying new things.

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