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Why Leadership Style Doesn’t Matter as Much as This One Specific Trait

What do the leadership styles of Richard Branson and Steve Jobs have in common? If you said ‘absolutely nothing’ you’d be on the right track.

According to most accounts, the styles of Jobs and Branson couldn’t be more different. While Branson is a delegator who mostly leaves his team alone while he concentrates on the big picture, Jobs was a micromanager who was overly brusque and intrusive with his employees. Yet, both of them achieved results in a big way and will be remembered among the greatest leaders of their time.

This contrast creates an interesting question for me around just how important leadership style really is when it comes to achieving great things with your company or your team.

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With over 20 years of experience as a strategic consultant for global Leadership and Development initiatives with some of the world’s top Fortune 500 companies, Trish Cody has coached and consulted with senior level teams in planning, designing, launching, and measuring the return for major initiatives.

As a Certified Professional Coach and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, Trish works with entrepreneurs, senior leaders and their teams to uncover their real desires for their organization, and then to align those desires with their values to co-create a strategy for execution and accountability. The leaders Trish partners with are truly working their own best plan for success in achieving their desired “new state” and weathering the changes that success brings.

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