Leaders Eat Last Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Leaders Eat Last is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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By Sensei Mark C
What a great book. Was able to put across in a very positive manner not only the pit falls of modern technology but some very practical solutions. Working with young people, I know that it is not all doom and gloom. With a little patience, understanding and open mind we can all live a happy and productive life.
Great read; full of important ideas on leading
Simon Sinek has an awesome way of verbalizing the points he makes in a way that make sense to anyone. This book uses a lot of colorful examples on how leadership can be learned, utilized and benefit us on an interpersonal level. If you’re interested in reading about leadership and thoughts about what people expect from their leaders, this is a must read. One of the best and most inspiring books I’ve read in a while.
Leaders Eat Last
By Leviticus Lee
This book is very inspiring. A must read for all young leaders!!!!
Be ready to apply concepts to all aspects of your life
By Mark Hand
I read this book with the intention of learning some leadership skills that I could apply at work. My expectations were clearly limited compared to what I'm leaving with with. This book is jam packed with concepts that can be applied to all aspects of your life. This is not a quick, light read... if you allow yourself to truly comprehend the concepts and apply them, I believe anyone would find the kind of enrichment I have.
I truly enjoyed reading this inspiring book
By Nigel Vellasamy
Do yourself a favor and read this. Eye opening and with your time.
This was an excellent book. It explains the biological component of working with and building trust with people. Simon uses the concept of a Circle of Safety to show how leaders need to work for their employees within that circle to ensure that they feel safe and can thrive. He gives many recent historical examples of how generational attitudes have created conditions that may allow for the circle of safety to fail when leaders violate the rule of taking care of others before themselves. The military uses the phrase "Leaders Eat Last" to characterize that rule, and Simon takes it and applies it accross the corporate spectrum. He presents a lot of science in this book, but not in a geeky, hard-to-understand way. But his does back up his discussion with facts. The book is also well documented in the end notes. One of the big things I'll walk away with is how abundance and success can be destructive if not kept in perspective.