Steve Jobs had a simple, harsh-sounding theory about what separates great leaders from all the rest

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  • Steve Jobs once told employees that he believed in a 'no excuses' form of leadership.
  • Successful people, he believed, don't totally rely on others; they put contingencies in place, set clear expectations, and communicate — but they always accept final responsibility.
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Steve Jobs expected a lot from himself. Jobs expected a lot from others.

And he definitely expected a lot from people in leadership roles. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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