Have you ever heard a speech that made you think about it for days and days? That moved you so deeply and made so much sense you wanted to show it to your friends and family? Well, this speech I recently discovered from ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek has been like that to me. This is why I would like to share it with you.
In this speech called „Why Leaders Eat last„, Simon Sinek talks about a guy named Johnny Bravo who is willing to risk his life for his teammates and he talks about four elementary neurotransmitters and their effect on social behaviours and addictions. He then relates this to social structures in the workplace and while inserting one or two fun facts about female cycles, he draws a conclusion as to what it takes to be a good leader and what working in a healthy work environment should feel like for everyone to the „last“ employee.
Have fun listening!