As leaders, we often get hung up on the day to day of operations and forget our most important asset, the people. This presentation analyzes Simon Sinek's book "Leaders Eat Last" and focuses on the key concepts of empathy, safety, and trust when leading others. Through real examples from correctional health care with application from Sinek's theories, we can increase retention and improve daily operations through increased job satisfaction.
- Describe how to practice empathy when leading others
- Discuss how to create safety when leading others
- Explain how to increase trust when leading others