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Important Leadership Day in History for Sunday, September 28th

Sometimes in leadership, it’s smart to simply pay attention to new opportunities around you that breed new ideas and ways of helping others. On this day in history in 1928, Sir Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin when he notices a bacteria-killing mold growing in his laboratory; it remained for Howard Florey and Ernst Chain to isolate […]

Free Coaching Tools for Honorable Leadership – See Inside

Need some free leadership coaching from Lee? As a supporting part of his book, Leading with Honor, we provide video clips and handouts for digging deeper in the 14 principles that he shares. We’re happy to provide this special content to you—please enjoy and share! Click here to learn more. Want to first learn more […]

Leadership Freedom Checklist – Breaking Free from the Mindsets That Limit You

Do you want freedom from being too rigid in your mindsets, and freedom to being open to growth and change? Do you want freedom from an “eggshell” environment that doesn’t allow disagreement, and freedom to engage in healthy, creative conflict that gets buy-in? Get the checklist that covers almost 30 leadership mindsets that can make […]

On This Day in History, September 21st – Leaders Making Their Mark

We love passionate leaders making their mark in their respective fields. In 1937, the women’s airspeed record was set at 292 mph by American pilot Jacqueline Cochran (1906-1980). A big salute to Jacqueline for her steadfast tenacity in achieving this goal.Click to learn more about her life and work. What’s the next goal that you […]

What Does a Dominating Leadership Style Look Like?

When you think of a dominating personality or leadership style, what are the adjectives that you think of? Fear, Anger, Distrust, Pride? I’m sure that you can think of a few more. Download a free pocket tool to properly engage these individuals and be successful with your objectives –

Intimate Thoughts on Leadership and Living the Right Way – How does Your Life Purpose Compare?

This audio interview is one of the most intimate, personal interviews that Lee has done recently—great stories, personal insight, and transparency and vulnerability from Lee. Please listen to this interview courtesy of Profitability Revolution Paradigm, and share your comments –   Related Links: New Speaking Clip – Shoot Down and Capture, Imaginary Monkey and Motorcycles, […]

Today is National Citizenship Day! Why is it Important?

Happy Citizenship Day today! Originally started in 1940, it marks a special day to remember the signing of the U.S. Constitution and to commemorate those that have become American citizens through “coming of age or naturalization.” To some of the best citizens and leaders living in the best country in the world—keep living and leading […]

Infographic: “Leadership Styles around the world – Where Do You Fit Best?”

Think that you have a handle on management styles around the world? This insightful infographic, courtesy of the Brighton School of Management, visually shows various leadership characteristics in global regions around the world. Prefer a more autocratic style of leadership? France may your favorite destination. Want your boss to listen to your concerns and welcome […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “The Way of the Seal: Think Like and Elite Warrior to Succeed” by Mark Devine & Allyson Machate

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – The Way of the Seal: Think Like and Elite Warrior to Succeed by Mark Devine & Allyson Machate. Have you read it? Please share! Brief Description – “Want to be tough? Cool under fire? Able to sense danger before it’s too late? In The Way of the SEAL, […]

On This Day in History, September 14th – Leadership Milestone

On this day in history in 1984, Joe Kittinger, a former USAF fighter pilot during the Vietnam War, becomes the first person to pilot a gas balloon solo across the Atlantic Ocean. How’s that for some courageous, leading edge, record-breaking attitude? What do you want to do but are afraid to do? Re-visit it again […]

Today is “Positive Thinking Day” – Need a Boost? Check it Out

Today is “Positive Thinking Day”, so don’t miss it! Here’s an excerpt from Lee’s book, Leading with Honor, on Staying Positive – “POWs are not alone in facing hardships. All leaders face difficulties and challenges every day. None of us can control what the next day will bring, but there is one thing we all […]

One of the Best Ways to Learn the Unshakable Foundations of Great Leadership

Character and integrity are the unshakable foundations of great leadership. We’re so excited about the leaders that are using Leading with Honor as group training with their teams and volunteers. Our new group training resources share deeper questions and personal thoughts from Lee on the leadership lessons shared in his book. Please take a closer […]

On This Day in History – Important Leadership Milestones

On this day in history in 1954, racial integration of public schools began in Washington D.C. and Maryland. These municipalities chose to lead the cause of civil rights that eventually spread nationwide. This courageous act epitomizes Lee’s leadership mission – “Lean into the pain of your fear to do what you know is right even […]

Celebrating National Read a Book Day – See Inside

Today is “National Read a Book Day” – yahoo! Who loves books? To celebrate, read the first chapter of Lee’s latest book, Leading with Honor. Visit our online store for a free chapter sample, and please share! Download Chapter 1 of Leading with Honor