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Leaders Eat Last - Summary in English

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This is an audiobook summary of Leaders Eat Last.
An excellent overview of "leader psychology" and how humans in groups relate to leaders.
One of the main points of the book is that leaders are given power and benefits under social contract to protect the group, and that people are generally fine with what they see as deserved benefits accruing to their leaders, but that they get very upset when they see undeserved benefits -- and that at some point in the 70s/80s leadership became basically rent-seeking rather than self-sacrificing and thus largely unjust.
Another solid point was that abstraction (necessary at large scales) is the enemy of a lot of psychology. There are actually some solid solutions to deal with large groups through abstractions and then exemplars (the "user stories" model in product management) which he didn't address.
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