What makes a great leader? Simon Sinek suggests, it's someone who makes their employees feel safe, who draws people into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety—especially in an uneven economy—means taking on big responsibility.
In this wide-ranging talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek discusses the importance of trust, authenticity, and meaning. Sinek argues that as individuals and companies, everything that we say and do is a symbol of who we are. And it is only when we communicate our beliefs authentically that we can attract others to our cause, and form the bonds that will empower us to achieve truly great things.
The key to a strong workplace culture is a shared sense of purpose—a WHY.
Igniter Heath Slawner explains that when we’re clear about why we’re here, where we’re going, who we serve and how we’re getting there, people start to feel valued and fulfilled.
How many people inside of your company, today, right now, can articulate why your company exists beyond just making money?
Leadership is putting the needs of others ahead of our own. It’s not about being “in charge,” it’s about taking care of those “in your charge.” Simon joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss what makes a good leader and the future of American business.
In this in-depth talk, Simon reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get the first pick of food and other spoils, but at a cost. When danger is present, the group expects the leader to mitigate all threats even at the expense of their personal well-being. Understanding this deep-seated expectation is the key difference between someone who is just an "authority" versus a true "leader.”
Jay Shetty speaks with leadership expert and author Simon Sinek, about Sinek's new book "Together Is Better.
Simon discusses his book, "Together is Better," followed by a performance by Aloe Blacc.
Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people go home everyday feeling fulfilled by their work, Sinek is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.