You don't need to mimic Steve Jobs or Jack Welch to be an outstanding leader in your own right, Wally Bock writes. Know your own strengths and weaknesses and the values that will guide the way you motivate your team. When you do look at other great leaders, adapt their practices to suit your own style. "In the end, you're judged on how well you do, not how well you imitate someone else," Bock writes.

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