Build a Team That Will Die For Each Other
This is another of those books that was left on the shelf for way too long. I had previously watched Simon Sineks 99u talk(see below), and assumed that this would have covered most of it. It does, but Sineks book gives alot more context to the assertions he makes in his talk and for me it has been enlightening.
In sport, leaders often prioritise performance over people, and while this may work in the short term, this information in this book proves why it never lasts. Sinek delves into our biological makeup to explain why creating safety and community is essential for lasting progress to be made.
Full of entertaining anecdotes, cleverly communicated research and timely truths about leadership, this book will challenge and improve your understanding of what it really takes to build a team that will die for one another.