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4.0 out of 5 starsAmazing read.. A little poor packaging!!
Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 8 March 2022
Book is an amazing read for sure. However, I'd really appreciate a better packaging. The one I recieved is slightly damaged. Although its not much but I'd really appreciate a better packaging from Amazon. I received it in a paper cover, no protection.
Simon Sinek is one of the best storytellers you will come across. This is another must read book from his table, one you must not miss to understand people management, negotiating and navigating complex webs of human/corporate emotional roadmaps and how to relentlessly work for peak productivity.
I would definitely recommend this book to all the people who are reading this review. It's a book packed with all the recipes on how to become a good leader. The author brilliantly conveys the idea of leadership with anthropology which is really good to read. Hope we all will bring a change and will start caring for the people around us.
Leadership is a journey. Simon explained it very well in this book. For being a Leader person doesn't require any formal designation, just to lead with purpose be humble and empathetic, create safe environment for own people. In this book author has provided many examples of how leaders care for their people, inspire them and get the best results. In hard time cutting cost by layoffs are totally myths which explained in detail. Also mentioned how to handle millennial generation in corporate. A must read for all the Leaders, who all want to become a respacted leader and people who are facing problems with new generation.
I read Start With Why and The Infinite Game before I started this book. Its another gem of a book by Simon Sinek. His analysis and insights about organizations and humans are crystal clear. A must read.