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“Checking Your Organizational Pulse: Four Healthy Ways to Improve Business Reputation and Results” – The Latest Article from Lee Ellis

Does anyone not want a great reputation in their respective marketplace? What may be a secret for some leaders is that building reputation and results is directly tied to great leadership; and great leadership comes from men and women who are willing to be authentic, wise, courageous, character-focused, and humble. This is one of the […]

Why Should a Leader Be Generous? What’s the Benefit? Read More…

True Leaders are called to do many things–including sacrificially giving time, talent, and money to others. You can’t do it all, and you can’t give to every person or cause. But you can strategically choose to be generous to the people and organizations that have personal significance in your life. Giving keeps the focus off […]

How to Spot Authenticity in Other Leaders – 90-Second Video Clip from Bill George

How do spot authenticity in other people? This 90-second interview with author Bill George shares his thoughts on the attributes that he seeks when evaluating authenticity in others. Do you agree with his comments? Please share your perspective. Related Posts: How to Train Yourself to Make Character-Based Decisions How Do You Clearly Understand Your Personal […]

Leadership and Overcoming Bitterness – Listen to This Conversation

On Veteran’s Day, Lee had a great conversation with Chris Fabry on “Chris Fabry Live” Talk Radio. All leaders are faced with the opportunity to embrace of free yourself from bitterness. Hear his intimate thoughts on this topic as well as the top lessons learned that has helped guide his life and work. Are you […]

Your Freedom in Leadership—Where Are You? New Checklist to Evaluate Personal Growth

To successfully lead and develop a work team (or family, community, constituency, etc.), the first step is knowing yourself and courageously facing the leadership challenges in your personal growth, being authentic, and shedding away layers of protection that keep you from growing. This new infographic from human performance speaker and consultant, Lee Ellis, is an […]

3 Ways That Older Leaders Can Renew Their Value

By Lee Ellis “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.” As we celebrate Veterans Day this month, it made me think about this quote from General Douglas MacArthur. For the most part, U.S. citizens are very respectful and enthusiastic about honoring the sacrifices of our military veterans. But do veterans (and older leaders) offer […]

Got any Fellow Leaders that Aggressively Dominate? Try This.

Got any fellow leaders that aggressively try to dominate a conversation, meeting, event, or project? Maybe your dominating personality is a 5-year old at home! No names necessary—we all deal with this issue in life and work. Maybe, a subtle Courage Challenge card will help consider a better way to communicate with others. Learn more […]