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As refreshingly simple and easy to follow as it is thought-provoking Management Today --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Simon Sinek an unshakable optimist, is the author of the bestselling book Start with Why, which challenged traditional assumptions about how great leaders and great companies inspire people. He has shared his ideas with companies big and small, members of Congress and the highest levels of the U.S. military. His TEDTalk based on Start with Why is the second most popular video of all time on TED.com. He lives in New York City.
A definitive guide on how a leader can interact with the employee culture.Published 1 day ago by Dr. Linda C. Brewer
Good insight on how leaders operate and how followers can learn to lead.Published 1 day ago by Manuel
The world and our nation needs more of this and we need our young people to grasp these concepts and understand how taking care of one another makes the world and life a better... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Matt C
Sinek is a great communicator and can articulate his ideas in a way that is a true pleasure to read.Published 5 days ago by David Terrell
One of the top 10 books on leadership and solutions I have ever read. The examples and facts provided about the human experience are profound. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Zachary Djimas
I wish everyone would read this and apply the lessons of life. Great advicePublished 13 days ago by Night Dreamer
As a leader at work I have come to rely on many of the lessons taught in this book. I feel what sets this book apart is how the lessons can be applied to all levels of the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Stephen S.
This book truly describes on what it really means to be a leader all the way down to the personal level. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Edward Ramos