“Tribal Leadership gives amazingly insightful perspective on how people interact and succeed. I learned about myself and learned lessons I will carry with me and reflect on for the rest of my life.”
—John W. Fanning, Founding Chairman and CEO napster Inc.
“An unusually nuanced view of high-performance cultures.”
Within each corporation are anywhere from a few to hundred...more
1 - Life sucks.
2 - My life sucks (but maybe there's something better).
3 - I'm in it for me.
4 - We're in it as a group with a core set of values; there is a higher ...more
I picked up this book because I teach middle school, a natural environment for tribes and cliques, and figured I might gain insight into how to manage their day-to-day. Instead, I ga ...more
1. Life suck (this is the person that goes postal)
2. My life sucks (this is the person that sees everyone keeping them down)
3. I'm wonderful (I'm so wonderful - the ME culture)
4. We're great (cooperative for better of group)
5. Life is great (group works for the better of th ...more
1. Life sucks
2. My life sucks
3. I'm great
4. We're great
5. Life is great
As tribes (groups of 20 to 150 people) improve culturally through the five levels, vallues change and a noble ca ...more
“If you had to recommend just one book to your leadership team, what would you choose?”
And Mike recommended: Tribal Leadership. I think I can see why.
What’s the book about?
The book is about the results of ten years of research by the authors and how they found that people in organisations form tribes; that each tribe has a ...more
I want to be part of a tribe! At stage four! I want to be inspired so that I can inspire!
David Logan visits many avenues that I have read in ...more
I think that this is because, while the content is valuable, the book itself is quite repetitive. I feel it could have been half the length (or even less) and contained all of the same content. And a good fraction of that reduction could have come ...more
I really enjoyed not only the material of this book, which seemed very well researched and applicable, but also the format. I thought there were perhaps a few too many examples, but in-general what information it had was what it needed. I don't really know how to summarize the book, but I would definitely recommend it for anyone who is a leader in an organization, o ...more
вот поэтому и не больше звезд
однако, сама теория в мою систему ценностей ...more
Stage 1 - "Life Sucks" - pathological, gang-like, angry.
Stage 2 - "My Life Sucks" - a mix of learned helplessness, bitterness.
Stage 3 - "I'm Great" (and you're not) - Productive and dynamic but egocentric.
Stage 4 - "We're Great" (and they're not) - tribe-oriented, creative, productive, tight.
Stage 5 - "Life Is Great" - Big-picture, tribe-connecting.
"Change the language in the tribe, and you ...more
The basic message here is compelling, but it is so involved in dubious philosophical / psychological claims about human development, I just can't give the book a very high rating.
Like a lot of self-help books, the rhetorical strategy starts from the assumption that you ar ...more
The book leads the reader through five stages of tribal leadership with solid examples of each level for both individuals and organizations. Of special interest to me was the description of word choi ...more
1. Life / everyone sucks
2. My life sucks
3. I'm great, and you're not and I have the means to prove it to you
4. We're great
5. Everything is great - our goal is global.
What captures the attention the most is the epiphany of an authentic tribal leader, which is the central theme of this book is that you are only as smart and capable as your tribe, and that by upgrading your tri ...more
I believe that the principles of the book apply to life in general.
It got 4 stars instead of 5 stars because at times it was confusing as to whether the authors meant to be referencing the leader or the "tribe" when they were t ...more
I would like to share some of the quotes that "aha!'ed" me the most.
"The goal is to hang with friends ...more
• A tribe is any group of about 20 to 150 people who know one another enough that, if they saw another walking down the street, would stop and say “hello.”
• They are likely people in your cell phone and in your Outlook address book.
• A small company is a tribe, and a large company is a tribe of tribes.
• What makes some tribes more effective than others is culture. Each time people speak, their words exhibit the characteristics of one of five tribal stages. Stage Five outperforms ...more
The key stages relevant to the workplace are:
- Stage 2: apathetic victims that have no control over th ...more
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