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4 pieces of wisdom Steve Jobs shared in 1992 that still apply to today’s workforce

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Much has been written about the type of leader Steve Jobs was at the helm of Apple, but in a recently unearthed talk that Jobs gave in 1992 as part of the MIT Sloan Distinguished Speaker Series, he shared some of the managerial wisdom he brought to his role as CEO of NeXT Computer Corp.

Despite that his advice was shared long before the world had ever conceived of an iPhone, an iPod or an iPad, the roots of his managerial philosophy still very much apply to the modern business world.

Here are some grounding managerial philosophies Jobs shared in his 72-minute speech, and how you can use them to be a more impactful leader.

Take a long-term view on your employees

In his speech, Jobs remarks that he sees little value in consultants (with the exception of the ones who have helped sell their computers).

When an audience member questions why, Jobs says that in his view, unless a person has the experience (and “builds the sc...(register to read more)

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