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Monthly Archives: October 2013

How to Train Yourself to Make Character-Based Decisions

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Rpk-qoLbr8] Hear Lee’s latest interview on one of the top-rated talk radio programs in Alaska, The Glen Biegel Show, as he and Glen talk about character-based leadership and decision-making. One of the most important points that Lee says in the interview is that all leaders are tempted to make unethical decisions, but we must decide […]

What Industry Seems to Have the Most Competent, Honorable Leaders? Read More

In our recent State of Leadership Survey, we ask the question “What industry seems to have the most competent, honorable leaders?” So far, the responses are – Business/Corporate (24%) Government/Politics (0%) Military (57%) Healthcare (3%) Education (16%). Do you agree with these results? Take 2 minutes to complete the anonymous State of Leadership survey, and […]

Dealing with Your Doubts

Great leadership article from “The Leadership Freak” on dealing with your doubts as a leader, and how to positively use doubt as a skill rather than a weakness. Read, and let us know what you think –

Interesting Article on HP CEO, Meg Whitman, and Her Unique Leadership Style

In case you missed this article earlier this year in Forbes Magazine on Hewlett-Packard CEO, Meg Whitman, it’s an interesting read. Gotta love the style of this former CEO that helped build the online behemoth, eBay. This quote from the article talks about her transition into HP – “So the new HP attitude starts at […]

Free Your Mind Beyond Your Circumstances – A Hopeful Message to Leaders

Who needs this leadership message? We all do! We’re all have times when we’re trapped by limiting attitudes, mindsets, or circumstances that keep us from operating at our best (for ourselves and for others). Lee shares his unique thoughts and advice in the October 2013 edition of Speaker Magazine and draws a parallel in his […]

Is “Honor” Giving Recognition to Others, or A Personal Attitude and Lifestyle? Watch and Listen

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQqh-_gYZQY] In this quick interview, author and human performance consultant, Lee Ellis, describes his definition of the word honor. It’s often associated with honoring someone else or giving others recognition; but Lee talks about the definition of embracing honor as a personal lifestyle and attitude. Is the concept of honor a tangible foundation for living […]

3 Traits Leaders Need to Shape a High-Performance Culture

As a leader, would you like to create or work in a successful, high-performance culture? Here are 3 Traits Leaders Need to Shape a High-Performance Culture. One trait that article mentions is the need to crave data to explain the underlying beliefs and assumptions of the internal team, clients, and customers (If it’s working, why? […]

FAQ – “Is leadership something inborn or developed? If not, how do you develop leaders?” Read the Answer and Share Your Opinion

“Is leadership something inborn or developed? If not, how do you develop leaders?” This is a question that Lee is frequently asked. Do you agree? Any additional insight from your experience? Lee’s Answer: “Every person has some inborn characteristics for good leadership, but not every person is inclined to want to lead.  Some people are […]