How can we win a game that has no end? The simple answer is we can’t.
However, that’s exactly what so many companies are trying to do. The problem is, there is no such thing as “winning business.” In a game with no finish line and no agreed upon rules or metrics it is impossible to “be number one,” “be the best” or “beat our competition.” In this Infinite Game, there is only ahead and behind.
Leaders of organizations must understand the rules of the Infinite Game. Failure to do so dramatically increases the chance that they will set themselves on a path that eventually drains them of the will and resources to play at all. Eventually they will drop out of the game and no one will care. Their competition will just keep playing without them.
In his talk, Simon explores how understanding the rules of the Infinite Game is essential if any leader wants to stay ahead and outlast any competitor…forever.
Virtual Programming: Renown leadership expert and bestselling business author Simon Sinek helps audience develop an Infinite Game mindset, a leadership prerequisite to adapt to the upheaval caused by the pandemic
SIMON SINEK leads a new wave of leadership thinking which he shares in his speeches, viral TED Talks and bestselling books The Infinite Game, Leaders Eat Last, and Start With Why. He teaches leaders how to focus on what truly matters by identifying and answering the key questions that are the foundation of strategic leadership. In his speeches and in his newest book, Sinek helps leaders develop an Infinite Mindset, a skillset of thought based on the understanding that our goals have no finite end, and we are more successful when we innovate with resilience in response to an ever-changing world. Sinek teaches leaders how to embrace an infinite mindset to build stronger, more innovative, and more inspiring organizations, and he's been consulting and meeting virtually to help leaders during this disruptive time when they need it most. Amid the coronavirus Sinek was sought-out for a fascinating, live edition of NPR's "How I Built This" on resilience in difficult times; engaged in a virtual conversation on how to lead through chaos; delivered a virtual talk on how to hone an infinite mindset; regularly delivers live online classes, and more.
Simon Sinek's podcast brings a Bit of Optimism at a time when we need it most
Launched during the Coronavirus quarantine, renown leadership expert SIMON SINEK'S podcast A Bit of Optimism explores new ways to connect with gratitude, courage and hope. In conversations with his friends and other thought-leaders, Sinek helps us explore how to have difficult conversations, build meaningful relationships, and how to live in the gray area between black and white. The takeaways for entrepreneurs, leaders in business and high-performing individuals is how to live ambitiously with a mindset of service, gratitude and an understanding of the power of authentic relationships.
Virtual Programming: Simon Sinek on the Opportunity of Leadership Right Now
Bestselling author and renowned leadership expert SIMON SINEK is an unshakable optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together. Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people, foster cooperation, build trust, and effect change.
Amid the coronavirus Sinek has been in-demand for his shrewd insights into the leadership the world needs most now, and his engaging virtual presentations. He was sought-out for a fascinating, live edition of NPR's "How I Built This" on resilience in difficult times; engaged in a virtual conversation on how to lead through chaos; delivered a virtual talk on how to hone an infinite mindset; regularly delivers live online classes, and more.
The author of the global bestsellers The Infinite Game, Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last, Sinek is an ethnographer by training. Fascinated by the leaders who make an impact on the world and the companies and politicians with the capacity to inspire, Sinek's work focuses on the remarkable patterns in how such people and organizations think, act and communicate.
Simon Sinek is an unshakable optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together.
Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Simon teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people wake up every single day feeling inspired, feeling safe at work, and feeling fulfilled at the end of the day, he is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.
Simon is the author of multiple best-selling books:
A trained ethnographer, Simon is fascinated by the people and organizations that make the greatest, lasting impact in their organizations and in the world. Over the years, he has discovered some remarkable patterns about how they think, act, and communicate and the environments in which people operate at their natural best. He has devoted his life to sharing his thinking in order to help other leaders and organizations inspire action.
Simon may be best known for popularizing the concept of WHY in his first TED Talk in 2009. It rose to become one of the most watched TED talks of all time, with over 43 million views and subtitled in 48 languages. His interview on Millennials in the workplace broke the Internet in 2016, garnering over 200 million views in the first month. This led to Simon being YouTube’s fifth most searched term in 2017.
His unconventional and innovative views on business and leadership have attracted international attention. From American Airlines to Disney and MARS, from big business to entrepreneurs to police forces, Simon has been invited to meet with an array of leaders and organizations in nearly every industry. He has also had the honor of sharing his ideas at the United Nations, the United States Congress, and with the senior-most leaders of the United States Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, Army, and Coast Guard.
With a vision to change the way businesses think, act, and operate, Simon has partnered with Ernst & Young to develop products and services to help many companies transform their businesses. He is an adjunct staff member of the RAND Corporation, one of the most highly regarded think tanks in the world. He is also active in the arts and in the non-for-profit world (Simon prefers to call it the for-impact world).