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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 LOGO HERE His approach to leadership is to work in smaller groups to communicate more and become more productive and approach your co-workers easily.Teams: working in face-face activities, which brings innovation, commitment, and spontaneous.Authority-Compliance Management on the Leadership Grid: (9,1)Leadership styles: Traditional Trait Theory where he expects intelligence in work, energy, and motivation.Vertical Dyad linkage leader: where leaders behaviors and traits have different effects across followers, creating in-group and out-groups. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Task specialist Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: ENTP Big Five Personality Traits 1. Openness to experience2. Conscientiousness 3. Extroversion Hermanns Whole Brain Model (HDBI): Quadrant D: He was a visionary leaderfuture-oriented personconceptual based focuses on design. 1: Low Self-Management2: Low on Relationship Management3: High Self-Awareness Emotional Intelligence: Fear Factor to motivate employees and produce better 1. Excessive Control2. Aloofness & Distance3. Resistance Hidden Always teach to Follow your heart & intuition Steve Jobs was anti-servant leader Steve Jobs was not a steward leader Tough with his peer He was Arrogant yet Successful Anti-Interactive leaderWas not a peoples person & more dependent on Authoritative style Courageous to say i am wrong pubically. Effective Follower Tim Cook Steve jobs was a charismatic leader and was not close and remain at distant with his employees.He created more of the effective follower style among his peers. Maturity Continuum #2 Being with the end in mindProduct Launched iPhone, iPad & iPod & transformed the world in new better innovative technology. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Ask Questions: How & what? Task Specialist Initiate ideasGive OpinionsSeek InformationPull IdeasStimulate Actions Motivation SkillsAsking OpinionEncourage professional atmosphereRefreshing their skillsBoosting MotivationKeeping peers in the same loop Intrinsic Motivation Expectancy Theory Great things employees Build via motivation: iPhoneiPadiPod Strategic CommunicatorWORLD'S#1 Motivation Techniques double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Apple culture is quite high performing Steve Jobs using the points associated with communicating in crisis are telling the truth Apples culture is quite friendly and has fewer regulations Powers Legitimate PowerExpert PowerReward PowerReferent PowerInformation PowerCoercive power Position Power on the (hard) side goes with Compliance Personal Power on the (soft) side goes with Commitment- based on the responses of the followers. Apple mostly stays un-political he was not as ethical he wont hesitate to violate the rules of social or business interactions to get his results done Steve Jobs created an effective vision and provided excellence through his products by giving people a different meaning to use technology Steve Jobs had a vision to sell dreams not products. Charismatic leader Steve Jobs enhances the motivation of his followers, their morale and performances by criticizing or by appreciating their work. Transformational Leader help each otherlook out for each other& organization as a wholestay encouraging and harmonious Steve jobs did implemented change.He transformed Apple from almost a bankrupt computer firm into a valuable organization Steve Jobs used the techniques of appreciativeinquiry process to shape up his followers Apple four main principles contribute to integrity: Honesty, Respect, Confidentiality,Compliance. Apple in the Achievement Culture Quadrant Steve Jobs understand the progression of change. He developed the sense of urgency when he made his employees to work in the Appleto build innovate product
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