Apathy in the workplace can have grave, far-reaching consequences. Ethnographer Simon Sinek offers a solution. He explains why a leader’s principal role is to nurture employee self-confidence and explores how best to do so. getAbstract recommends his thoughtful, humanistic and somewhat contrarian lecture – which includes a generous helping of US Marine Corps anecdotes – to all who manage, lead or mentor.
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Ethnographer and author Simon Sinek teaches firms how to nurture an inspired workforce.
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5 years agoAwesome presentation thank you for Keeping It Simple Simon.
7 years agoUna forma diferente de ver las relaciones con nuestros colaboradores que hara la diferencia en su respuesta positiva hacia su trabajo.
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On purpose, leadership and empathy. Simon Sinek is a British-American leadership author and speaker. He is the author of five books, including Start with Why and The Infinite Game. Sinek is also an instructor of strategic communications at Columbia University, and is an adjunct staff member of the RAND Corporation. Sinek became famous for the “Golden Circle” leadership model: […]