Simon SinekThe Infinite Game

Lesson 3: How Leaders Build Trusting Teams

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An infinite game requires leaders to build trusting teams. Watch the short video below.

A Leader’s Primary Responsibility

Simon Sinek discusses the primary responsibility leaders have to build a trusting team.


Leaders are not responsible for the results, they’re responsible for the people who are responsible for the results.

—Simon Sinek

Do you see yourself responsible more for the results, or for the people who are responsible for the results? Why?


Thinking about Simon’s parenting analogy with regard to building trusting teams, what’s one idea you can implement to create a more thriving environment for those who are responsible for the results?

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