Jack Welch On Leadership & Profits

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DrivingSalesBeyond | March 01, 2009

Jack Welch speaks about a leaders role in helping their team and business exc...

DrivingSalesBeyond | March 01, 2009

Jack Welch speaks about a leaders role in helping their team and business excel. Helping individuals reach their dreams by focusing on the person.

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  • Broadly agree here with him except for the "theyre not machines comment". They are a strong degree and need special regulations (such as environmental, lobbying etc) that individuals don't. Its that kind of talk that leads courts to give absract financial entities the rights of individuals sadly.

  • Jack Welch is a great and humble leader that breaks down the most complex topics into simple understandable frameworks. You can clearly see how he had such great success at GE and now continues as a speaker and author. Thanks Jack for the proven management principles! (David Hance, Founder, Quotivate)

  • Why do we worship people like Jack Welch? He made millions maybe billions , but do we ask how? GE was made by hard working middle class americans, not him. He sent many of those jobs overseas to people who work for pennies. Thats not being smart thats greed straight up. Of course hes not the only one, many companies did this, but GE became the biggest. Why is our economy shot? Why does the government have to provide all kinds of bailouts? Ask Jack where our jobs went.

  • Damn I love his straight talk.

  • that philosophy is what is called, 'customer centric thinking'

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  • Great people do great things..Involving all the people is what a leader does. If you know what a bad job is .. as a leader your job is to give a better jobs to your people.

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