Trust and cooperation are not standard in our organizations and yet, we know they should be. Simon talks about the responsibility of leaders to practice empathy and perspective in order to create environments in which their people can be at their natural best.
Success Magazine takes a deep dive with Simon to explore his theories on millennials, purpose and leadership and they all come down to one question: WHY?
Simon joins American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on CNBC’s Squawk Box to talk about teaching business leaders how to hone their skills and learn to prioritize their people.
We'd achieve more if we chase the dream instead of the competition. In this simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership, Simon introduces The Golden Circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers.
Fascinated by the leaders and companies that make the greatest impact in their organizations and in the world, those with the capacity to inspire, Simon has discovered some remarkable patterns about how they think, act and communicate and the environments in which people operate at their natural best.
TODAY's “Millennial Misconceptions” series, in which they teamed up with website Greatist to find out what makes millennials tick through a survey with nearly 4,000 of them, continues with a look at the generation’s work ethic. Al Roker visits a top company for millennials where he discovers that a personalized approach is unlocking passions and potential.
Leadership is putting the needs of others ahead of our own. It’s not about being “in charge,” it’s about taking care of those “in your charge.” Simon joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss what makes a good leader and the future of American business.
We made this video to share the origin of where The Golden Circle began over 10 years ago. He shares it with you as we are all on this journey together — to help build a world where the vast majority of people go to work feeling inspired and come home at the end of the day feeling fulfilled.
Are leaders made or born? Author and TED speaker Simon Sinek dispels myths about leadership and reveals the one thing that good leaders always get right on this episode of Inside Quest with Tom Bilyeu.
Simon talks about technology, millennials, and the importance of practicing empathy at CreativeMornings San Diego, October 2016.
Leadership and communication expert Simon Sinek makes the case for why we should all find fulfillment in our work, breaks down strong leadership, and defends millennials in this eye-opening interview.
Before we are so quick to criticize, let us first look to ourselves to take some accountability. Watch Simon discuss leadership, millennials, and culture with host Charlie Pickering.
Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people go home everyday feeling fulfilled by their work, Sinek is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.
As human beings, we are literally designed to take care of each other. Watch this interview with Marie Forleo as she and Simon discuss what inspired him to write his second book, Leaders Eat Last.
In this in-depth talk, Simon reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get the first pick of food and other spoils, but at a cost. When danger is present, the group expects the leader to mitigate all threats even at the expense of their personal well-being. Understanding this deep-seated expectation is the key difference between someone who is just an "authority" versus a true "leader.”
Usher’s New Look is an amazingly inspiring organization that helps amazingly inspiring teens find their "spark" and live purpose-driven lives. See what five tips Simon gives these young budding inspirers!
In this wide-ranging talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek discusses the importance of trust, authenticity, and meaning. Sinek argues that as individuals and companies, everything that we say and do is a symbol of who we are. And it is only when we communicate our beliefs authentically that we can attract others to our cause, and form the bonds that will empower us to achieve truly great things.
Penguin Live Conversation with Simon Sinek & Reggie Yates: Watch this magical partnership of Simon Sinek, who has the third most watched TED talk ever, in conversation with award-winning documentarian Reggie Yates as they discuss Millennials — a generation addicted to technology.
There’s a difference between a job that pays the bills and a career that makes you feel excited about going to work every day. Simon shared leadership and career insights with more than 700 college students and educators.
Leadership expert Simon Sinek talks about how social media and technology may be addictive to children. Then, Dr. Delaney Ruston and Dr. Oz share the video game and cell phone usage compromises they make with their children.
The United States of America has a Why. It is clearly stated in a document etched 240 years ago by its Founding Fathers. We each have the opportunity to contribute to this ideal and finding and living our individual Why will help.
Being present is a selfless activity. We are not present until others say we are.
Whenever I read or hear a news story about the perplexing rise of Donald Trump, I myself am confused. Confused, not by Trump’s rise, but how predictable his rise was given the politics of the past decade.
Bosses all over the world are struggling with their millennial employees. But according to motivational speaker and author Simon Sinek, this is the result of our parents’ “failed parenting strategies.” Sinek spoke to The Independent about how our parenting, combined with social media, working environments and our impatience have created a generation plagued by low self-esteem, and what we can do about it.