Leaders Eat Last Setting & Symbolism

Simon Sinek
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Circle of Safety

The Circle of Safety is the protective perimeter that a leader creates around his employees. The employees feel safe and feel they belong in this circle. They feel the protection of their leader and feel free to speak up – even admit mistakes. The Circle of Safety can only exist through mutual trust, the sharing of information and a willingness to coordinate their efforts with other team members. If a leader is caught lying or being duplicitous, the Circle of Safety will burst and become dysfunctional.

State of the American Workplace

A Gallup poll take in 2013 called, “State of the American Workplace,” found that when leaders ignore employees, 40 percent of the workers disengage from their work. If bosses continually criticize a worker, that worker will disengage from his duties by 22 percent. This demonstrates that being ignored is more harmful to the relationship between a leader and...

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