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Leader Eat Last | Part 5: The Abstract

Leader Eat Last | Part 5: The Abstract

Part 5 of Leaders Eat Last discusses why abstraction is destructive. Making people abstract by having more “virtual relationships” or viewing employees as statistics causes us to have less regard for them and significantly reduces trust. Read along to see how Optus...
Leaders Eat Last | Part 4: How We Got Here

Leaders Eat Last | Part 4: How We Got Here

Part 4 of Leaders Eat Last is mainly about generations and their differences in the workforce. Read along to see how Optus employees reacted to Part 4. TAKEAWAYS Part 4 mainly discusses baby boomers and how their generation came to be, why they are the way they are,...
Leaders Eat Last | Part 3: Reality

Leaders Eat Last | Part 3: Reality

This week’s blog is all about trust. Read along to see how Optus employees reacted to Part 3. TAKEAWAYS The main takeaway in Part 3 is trust. Trust is an integral part of open communication between leaders and those that are lead. Trust across an organization is...
Leaders Eat Last | Part 2: Powerful Forces

Leaders Eat Last | Part 2: Powerful Forces

This week we will discuss Part 2 that focuses on the biology behind being happy. Four specific chemicals in our bodies shape how we act as employees and leaders. Read along to see how Optus employees reacted to Part 2. TAKEAWAYS Part 2: Powerful Forces focuses on...
Leaders Eat Last | Part 1: Our Need to Feel Safe

Leaders Eat Last | Part 1: Our Need to Feel Safe

Welcome to Part 1 of our blog series, #LeadWithOptus. Over the next nine weeks, we will be reading and sharing feedback from the book Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek. Optus employees have been asked to read and reflect on the ideas in Leaders Eat Last to help them...