Not Just Eating Last – Be The Last To Speak

Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

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There are some things that all leaders, regardless of experience or ability, can do that make a difference.  We’ve all heard that “leaders eat last” based on the military’s custom of officers making sure that the enlisted men are fed first. Simon Sinek book’s by the same title is a good read.

In a recent short INC magazine article (and accompanying two-minute video), Mr. Sinek offers another powerful, easily acquired habit that will increase your leadership quotient significantly.  Do you know the  “Five Little Words that Will Make You a Much Better Leader? “

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