Leaders Eat Last

by Simon Sinek

Leaders Eat Last distills contemporary management theory into an easy to understand and relate with package. The theories are succinctly presented, with well thought out examples throughout. The topic of humanizing the workforce, both management and those being managed is explored in depth. The role of a leader in the modern workforce, especially one populated by millennial (and later generations) employees, who are often being managed by older individuals is also discussed. Sufficient evidence is provided for the fluid nature of leadership in the modern workforce, and the ever increasing need for proactive management, at all levels of employment. Overall, I would strongly recommend the book as a good, easily digestible entry point into the topic of modern management.

Darryl Ursin

Rating: 5 Recommend