[Epub] ➟ Leaders Eat Last ➠ Simon Sinek – Pmgtest.info

Leaders Eat Last The Highly Anticipated Follow Up To Simon Sinek S Global Bestseller Start With Why Simon Sinek Is An Optimist, A Visionary Thinker, And A Leader Of The Cultural Revolution Of WHY His Second Book Is The Natural Extension Of Start With Why, Expanding His Ideas At The Organizational Level Determining A Company S WHY Is Crucial, But Only The Beginning The Next Step Is How Do You Get People On Board With Your WHY How Do You Inspire Deep Trust And Commitment To The Company And One Another He Cites The Marine Corps For Having Found A Way To Build A Culture In Which Men And Women Are Willing To Risk Their Lives, Because They Know Others Would Do The Same For Them It S Not Brainwashing It S Actually Based On The Biology Of How And When People Are Naturally At Their Best If Businesses Could Adopt This Supportive Mentality, Employees Would Be Motivated To Take Bigger Risks, Because They D Know Their Colleagues And Company Would Back Them Up, No Matter What Drawing On Powerful And Inspiring Stories, Sinek Shows How To Sustain An Organization S WHY While Continually Adding People To The Mix.


10 thoughts on “Leaders Eat Last

  1. says:

    As a U.S Air Force officer and pilot, I receive professional military education on leadership regularly, so much so that it is almost a nuisance From personal experience, I can firmly say that great leaders are not born, they are developed by their experiences and knowledge


  2. says:

    Truthfully, you are better served watching this brief TED Talk delivered by Simon Sinek himself Here book is bloated and unconvincing stretch of some already very simple ideas No need to tell me about the chemicals of human survival or studies with statistics out of context w


  3. says:

    While this didn t blow me away like Start With Why did, it did validate a lot of things I ve always hoped were true.First, good leaders empower their teams to function on their own, and this often means that once leaders move on, continued or increased success isn t necessaril


  4. says:

    I m disappointed with the goodreads reviewers They lead me astray with this one I feel like I just read one long string of business cliches strung with scientific definitions Is the author, Simon Sinek, profound in telling us that a company with a trusting, comfortable environm


  5. says:

    Started and ended well, but I didn t enjoy the middle as much With that said, it is still a worthy read, and here a few of my favorite takeaways Empathy is the single greatest asset to do your job If your actions inspire others to dream , learn , doand become , you are a leader


  6. says:

    God dang this is a good book I have to say, Sinek NAILED IT Sinek is a Brit, and therefor different than an American in an absolutely crucial way.Like other British intellectuals, he s not afraid to integrate the evolutionary perspective into his theory and analysis.Maybe it s be


  7. says:

    Incredible Love the concept of the Circle of Safety Great tie in to recovery and Step 12 Sinek examines how four chemicals incentivize and repeat behaviors They are Dopamine Gratification, tied to addictionCortisol Fear, stressOxytocin Serving, being a part ofEndorphins Runner s H


  8. says:

    A very insightful book about people behavior, social mindset and modern company cultures It ties in nicely concepts of human psychology with the biological mechanisms inside us to give an explanation of human behaviors and how to deal with them Personall...


  9. says:

    A fairly enjoyable and thought provoking book on how to get people to be the most productive at work They most form bonds among themselves a circle of safety and trust is essential Feeling that the boss will sacrifice you if necessary creates angst and poor results It is also import


  10. says:

    Listened to the audio book version.The basic premise of this book is that some teams work together and some teams don t This books is how to create a culture in the workplace of safety, connection, caring and commitment Using many examples and anecdotes from big corporations to the m


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