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Leaders Eat Last

with an Optimist Instructor from Team Simon

About This Topic

There are leaders, and there are those who lead. This experience is for the latter.

Leadership is not about being in charge; it’s about taking care of those in your charge. Anyone can learn to be a great leader—it’s a practice, and the first requirement is that you have to want to be one.

In this Leaders Eat Last experience, unpack the concepts from Simon Sinek’s New York Times Bestseller, Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t. Explore the practices that distinguish teams that stick together and thrive from those doomed to fail despite incentives, talent, and opportunity.

When leaders create the right conditions and environment for their teams, individuals instinctively support one another. In today’s challenging marketplace, caring leadership empowers teams to overcome the dangers that threaten their potential for success. When everyone feels that they belong and can show up to work with a clear purpose, there is no limit to what the team can achieve.

Key Takeaways

  • Discover how choosing to protect people before numbers can actually benefit the numbers in the long run
  • Explore why leadership is not an event, but a process that is developed from simple, everyday actions
  • Understand how to create a Circle of Safety and why this is crucial for your team’s performance
  • Learn how to combat the inevitable stresses and dangers that threaten your organization, team, and each individual in your charge

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