Simon Sinek emphasizes how to improve leadership abilities through empathy. Sinek writes that good leaders think about how a group can attain goals, rather than how an individual can be successful and feel good about herself. Serotonin and Dopamine are chemicals that affirm altruistic behavior. However, these chemicals often happen when a person acts alone. By exercising empathy, a person can better understand the feelings and situation of a group member, and then improve their leadership skills to create a better team.
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