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Summary of Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t by Simon Sinek

(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book. If you’re looking for the original book, it is available from Amazon and Audible.)

Teamwork can be a mystery for most organizations but some of them look like they have it all figured out: the members of the team are always in synergy and work to help each other out. In a summary of Sinek’s Leaders Eat Last, we take a look what makes certain teams the best. 

Leaders Eat Last takes a crack on analyzing why some organizations have better teams and a better working environment than others. This is definitely not decided by chance and in this book, Simon Sinek reveals to us the secret of ideal teamwork which he found out through extensive research and during a conversation with a Marine Corps general.

(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by readtrepreneur.com It is not affiliated with the original author in any way.)

Simon Sinek, a writer responsible for best seller Start with Why, comes back once again to help organizations build better teams. He found out during his research that the best teams are the ones who take care of the most junior workers and leaders often sacrifice their commodity for the wellness of the group creating a “circle of safety” where confident teams help each other out and have great synergy.

A successful organization can’t afford to have bad team synergy and poor teamwork can cost a lot of money or even lead them to failure. 

©2018 Readtrepreneur Publishing (P)2018 Readtrepreneur Publishing

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Sineks Book Done a Disservice

I chose this title as a review after having read and listened to the full version. The selected portions of the summary are good and hit the highlights of the full version fairly well.
The narrator however destroys the message through mispronunciation of words and a reading style which is more like bad preaching than reading.

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  • K W
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The voice on this is painful to listen to.

I couldn’t even get to the substance and it’s value because it’s impossible to get past the voice. Seems to be read by a computer- rigid, odd tone, mispronounced words. Get the full book and skip this.

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Voice is unbearable

The narrator has voice that made it impossible to listen to. This book is required reading for my job and I was hoping to get the overview before committing to the long version, but seriously, this poor gentleman sounds sickly and very elderly, and often the identifiable sound of loose dentures comes through. Poor guy.

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Nice Summary

Clear and valuable summary of book that I had read previously. This refreshed my memory and prepared me for discussion of the concepts within the book.

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nice book

its really very interesting and very helpful for me...........I would like to recommend it highly

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THANK YOU FOR THIS BOOK, ITS VERY HELPFUL

I loved the summarize this book. It made me easier to understand and mininize my time to read the original book. I learned a lot that I could share to my family anf friends.

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I really enjoyed the stories

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I bought this book because Simon Sinek has become one of my new favorite authors on leadership development. Highly recommend this book, and another one of his: Leaders Eat Last. Long tested, time tested principals of leadership which rest squarely upon the back of self-sacrifice and hard work.

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good summary compiled from the book by Simon Sinek

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The author described every single thing very clearly. Great to have this book Because By reading this book I learned some effective techniques.

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Extremely insightful

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There is so much to do to reverse human self serving behavior in order to open the door for prosperity in companies and government. Simon does a superb job of bringing facts and solutions to light for our current and future leaders.The examples and facts provided about the human experience are profound.

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One of our leaders mentioned that he was reading S

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I really enjoyed certain portions of the book, which had clear leadership messages, but others were a bit harder to find.One of our leaders mentioned that he was reading Simon Sinek's books, so I thought that I'd better see what's there.