Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson In our latest podcast, we’re digging deep into Steve Jobs, Walter Isaacson’s game-changing biography, with someone who’s seen it all: Khalil Smith, who spent 14 years inside the company managing a global team of training professionals. He’s offering up insightful answers to the questions we’re most curious about. Did Steve Jobs' ruthless leadership style permeate throughout Apple's entire culture? Is there something positive to be gained from having a tough (and even manipulative) edge? Along with our host and facilitator, Ryan, and Frontier Academy CEO, Ryann, Khalil explores answers to these questions and more, providing key takeaways from the epic life of one of our culture’s biggest icons. About Khalil Smith You probably wouldn't hire an engineer who didn't know how machines function, would you? But we go to work, put ourselves in groups, and hope for the best as we stumble through interactions. We're people who don't know how people function. And that’s why Khalil Smith founded Smith + Grey, a consulting firm that helps demystify group dynamics through the lens of social science. With more than 14 years of experience in senior leadership at the world’s most admired tech brand, Khalil has led teams ranging in size from three to 300, launched products that impacted tens of thousands of employees, and developed an inclusive approach to leadership that touches every level of any organization he works with.