The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Crucial Conversations” by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler. Great tool for those that want to lead honorably yet effectively. When stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong, you have three choices: avoid a crucial conversation and suffer the consequences; handle the conversation […]
Great idea from the Meaningful Mama blog on teaching kids early in life about leadership. Her idea support Lee’s qualities of being positive, resilient, humbly confident, and authentic. Read Now on her website, and please share your thoughts and ideas –
Are you wondering if you have what it takes to be a great leader? Lee answered this question recently—read this FAQ below – Question: What are some things that you see in natural leaders? What intangibles in a person make you say, “He or she has it.” Lee’s Answer: “Regardless of what your personality is, […]
Remembering thousands of soldiers today that paid the ultimate price for our freedom. For a few moments, visit the Wall of Faces where more than 58,000 men and women are displayed in conjunction with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Click Here, and Happy Memorial Day
Please fill in the blank on the following leadership question, and share your answer in the comment section below – thank you “The primary characteristic that I remember about my favorite leader is ________________.”
Have you taken the Leading with Honor Courage Challenge yet? See what thousands of leaders are doing to make a commitment to leading with wisdom, character, humility, and authenticity. And, please share with your friends and colleagues! Click to Learn More
Another confirmation that Leading with Honor is the right way to achieve your goals, grow as a professional, be happy, and make long-term impact in your personal world. This video clip says that there is actually a “Science of Character”, and there are some specific steps to perfecting this skill. Watch and share your comments […]
Some leadership humor for your Monday. How many leaders have gotten themselves in a situation like this?
Celebrating Armed Forces Day on Saturday, May 17th – thanks to all leaders who serve our country in this capacity!
Leaders with a strong sense of character, courage, and competency can accomplish so much if they’re equipped with the wisdom to do so! In this clip, Lee describes his ultimate vision for the Leading with Honor message and the ramifications that it can have in every segment of society. Please watch and share your comments […]
Recently, the Parnassus Group asked Lee a series of questions in a written interview, and he gave deeper insight into his personal strengths and struggles, how to lead the right way, how to squelch whiners and complainers on your team, and more. Click this link to read the entire interview, and here is one question […]
Do you have a business competitor or adversary that you’d never consider working with? As leaders, we must be open to all options to stay competitive—even if that means “sleeping with the enemy”. Here’s an interesting example how two heavy hitters decided to engage as leaders rather dominate or withdraw (one of Lee Ellis’ key […]
By Lee Ellis In Patrick Lencioni’s latest book The Advantage, he points out that in today’s competitive world a healthy organization is likely to be the greatest competitive advantage you can have. He’s right, so what exactly does that look like? Well, let’s take a closer look at an unhealthy organization. To outsiders like Pat […]