I’m a huge fan of the book Tribal Leadership, by David Logan, John King and Halee Fischer-Wright. The book walks readers through five stages of leadership that reflect different mindsets about work, life, and leadership. At a stage five level of leadership and workplace culture the language in an organization is dominated by a “life is great” perspective, the entire organization views itself as a single tribe, and most importantly, they don’t worry about their competition. Leaders believe that the world would be a better place if everyone was successful, so rather than approaching business with a dog-eat-dingo mentality and through a lens of “winners and losers,” they strive for an approach that would make everyone winners. Stage five leadership accounts for less than 2% of all workplace cultures.