Careers in Social and Rehabilitation Services, 2nd Edition

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At one point, neighbors of the family were so worried about Brennan-Jobs that they helped her move into their house. They also helped her pay for college. It's bad to treat employees and significant others poorly. But it's really evil to inflict such pain on a child. We knew Jobs was a bully toward many people. Now, it seems, we know he was one to his own daughter. These are only excerpts from the book, which goes on sale September 4, so we don't have the full picture. And of course, they're the recollections of one person, with all the emotional baggage and bias that entails.

Powell Jobs and Jobs' sister have said in a statement that the book "differs dramatically from our memories of those times. In her book, Brennan-Jobs brings up these incidents not to condemn Jobs but to make peace with them and him. She aims to forgive him and move on. That's her choice and her right. But, as others have pointed out, what she endured was something many people would now consider child abuse — the intentional infliction of emotional cruelty.

And in trying to find a way to forgive and understand him, she is reacting similarly to other survivors. In trying to find a way to excuse her father, Brennan-Jobs is following a long line of people, all of whom are much more culpable than her for his behavior. Generally, the only way to get a bully to back off is to stand up to him and for others to do so on behalf of his targets; in Jobs' case, too few people did.

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When it concerned his behavior toward Brennan-Jobs, his wife, Powell Jobs, clearly didn't stand up to him. When it concerned his behavior toward employees and business partners, his colleagues just as obviously didn't.

I don't know how the cosmic balancing stick weighs something as complicated as a person's life, but I do think Brennan-Jobs' book puts the other stories about Jobs, the ones about how he treated his employees, colleagues, and partners, in a different light. They make him seem less like a driven leader who was sometimes harsh to achieve his goals and more like a cruel person who succeeded because those around him accommodated and acquiesced to his awfulness.

Jobs is rightly praised for his role in resurrecting Apple. When he took charge, the company was a few months away from bankruptcy.

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When he left Apple right before his death, it already was the most important consumer-technology company in the world and was well on its way to becoming the behemoth it is now. Given the generally poor track record of corporate managers in turning around seemingly hopeless situations, it's quite possible that only Jobs could have saved Apple and put it on that path.

And that's no small achievement. In turning around the company, Jobs saved thousands of jobs and helped to create thousands more.

He also made lots of people inside and outside the company very rich. The positive side of Jobs' ledger also includes his role in creating some of the most influential products of the past 50 years — the iPhone, the Mac, the iPad, the iPod, and the original Apple computers.

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Maybe similar products could and would have been created without him. But there's no denying that he had a leading role in shaping how billions of people interact with technology, in many ways for the better. Of course even those achievements are leavened by less laudable ones, such as his overseeing of Apple's outsourcing of thousands of factory jobs overseas and the convoluted contortions the company made to avoid paying taxes.

He also headed the company and personally benefited when it backdated stock options to make them more valuable but let other executives take the fall. Oh, and he repeatedly yelled at employees and publicly embarrassed them. And that's not to mention his antics during his first tenure at Apple, such as how he attempted to undermine then-CEO John Sculley and refused to give stock options to one of Apple's earliest employees. In the end, did his business achievements outweigh the cruelty he inflicted on others? I don't know. I do know that we too often glorify business leaders for their achievements without taking a close look at who they are as human beings and how their actions — both personal and professional — affect those around them and the wider world.

I also believe that focus on their accomplishments helps enable their bad behavior. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Search icon A magnifying glass.