Leaders Eat Last
A review of

Leaders Eat Last

Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t

Simon SinekPortfolio • 2014


by David Meyer

TED star and best-selling author Simon Sinek explains that civilization demands both hierarchy and leaders who are willing to collaborate.

Simon Sinek’s Start with Why shares the title of his TED Talk, the second most popular video on TED.com. In this Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestseller, Sinek challenges assumptions about how and why people seek and accept inspiration from leaders and organizations.

After speaking to representatives of the Congress, high-level United States military officers and corporate leaders, Sinek cites examples from his interviews and from history to demonstrate how the most thoughtful, charismatic and successful leaders inspire trust by prioritizing other people above their own interests.

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    A. C. 4 months ago
    Interesting how editorial this "abstract" is ...
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    A. C. 8 months ago
    Good read
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    C. W. 1 year ago
    Would not read this book-not a very appealing summary. Feels ‘Top Heavy’