Very few ideas are actually new. In Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek reframes several concepts of the theory and practice of servant-leadership for current times and surrounds the new frame with great narratives. He submits that our anthropological neurochemistry makes it natural for us to protect each other and show empathy. This, in turn, leads to an environment of trust in which organizations can thrive. The “circle of safety” created as a result connects people to the greater purpose of the workplace.