Leadership Style of Jen-Hsun Huang: Failing Forward

Jen-Hsun Huang is one of the most interesting CEOs of today. His leadership style is often overlooked in favor of more public CEOs such as Jeff Bezos (Amazon) and Tony Hsieh (Zappos). Huang’s leadership style is about personal authenticity and intellectual honesty. He does not embrace the traditional model of “acting like a CEO”. He […]

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Jeff Bezos: How his unique leadership style set Amazon apart

While most billionaires of the internet age were spending their youths learning to program and code, Jeff Bezos was fixing tractors on his grandfather’s farm. Years later Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, would reminisce about the rural, agricultural lifestyle, stating that, People do everything themselves. That kind of self-reliance is something you can learn, and […]

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The Transformational Leadership Style of Elon Musk

Would you work for a company whose former employees say both, “It was incredible!” and “I’d never work there again”?

If you want to work for a person who leads by example and who, through his own drive toward excellence, pushes you toward your fullest potential and perhaps beyond, you might. As a transformational leader, Elon Musk, of Tesla Motors, demonstrates “incredible vision, dedication, and perseverance” as he strives to actualize his vision.

Dolly Singh, former HR head at SpaceX, says about Elon Musk, “The thing that makes Elon Elon is his ability to make people believe in his vision.” Jim Cantrell, SpaceX’s first engineer, adds, “…Most of us can’t conceive these things working; he can’t conceive it failing.”

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How to Manage Multiple Leadership Styles – The Right Fit for the Right Goal

Do you remember watching ‘The Karate Kid’ back in the 80s, and then coming out of the cinema feeling like you wanted to be a winner just as Daniel San was? Or watching ‘Remember the Titans’ and wanting to be part of a team that was just as great, with a coach that was just as awesome and wise? How about ‘Patch Addams’ and feeling like you wanted to be part of that movement of free clinics that helped people in need? Of course you remember!

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