Why “Leaders Eat Last”

What makes a good leader? It’s a question many have pondered. To some, leadership has easily recognizable qualities. For others, leadership characteristics aren’t always clear — they just know leaders when they see them. Leadership in business is constantly under the microscope. With each passing decade, as industries shift and work styles change, the issue of what makes an effective business leader has taken on different meanings. To Simon Sinek, author of Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t, leaders are not simply those with authority. They are selfless figures willing to relinquish their best interest for the betterment of those they lead.

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