Leaders Eat Last - Part I: Our Need to Feel Safe Summary & Analysis

Simon Sinek
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Given the right conditions, everyone would be willing to share their glory and help others succeed. When such a bond is formed it is the most important element of success – beyond money, fame or reward. When leaders hold the welfare of the people in an organization as their top priority, those people will give their all to achieve success.

In the early days of factory workers, there were no strong relationships between management and worker. A bell told them to go to work and another bell told them to take a break. Bob Chapman CEO of Berry-Wehmiller had been buying up companies over the years many of which were in financial decline and had weak cultures. With each company he bought, he sat down and asked the employees their thoughts on the company and on their work. He...

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