Leaders Eat Last Themes

Simon Sinek
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Leadership

The most dominant theme in “Leaders Eat Last,” is leadership. The focus of the book is what strong leadership can mean to an employee, a team, a company and even a country. The roots of leadership are traced back to the Paleolithic Age when modern man first emerged. Yes, there were alpha men even among cave dwellers. This book explores the types of leadership from which the most benefit is derived. Honest, integrity and consistency are words associated with a good leader. A good leader evokes trust from those on his team. Coordination and working together is borne of this trust. Without trust, the team will collapse, the company or country will suffer and the individual will withdraw.

Bad leaders will inevitably emerge in the scheme of things. A bad leader is one who lies to his employees, shows favoritism and either subtly or overtly has his own...

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