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Tribal Leadership
Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization

Tony Hsieh

Companies naturally break into groups of people or “tribes” and the success of the company is dependent upon each tribe working at its best and encouraging and supporting other tribes to do so as well.


Tribal Leadership describes company culture in five stages from aggressively toxic to a harmonized space innovating on a global level. Understanding that tribes will be in different stages, the book discusses leverage points necessary for groups to ascend. As a leader it’s important to encourage these leverage points on both an individual and group level. The rare manager who can push their team through the stages will be rewarded by loyalty and productivity and will be a true tribal leader.

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