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Leaders–Can You Read People’s Emotions? Take This Quiz

As a leader, are you tuned in to the emotions of others? Or have you been accused of being insensitive? If you are among those people who are mystified by moods, new research offers hope. A new study shows that certain types of reading can actually help us improve our sensitivity IQ. Click Here to […]

Strengthen and Align Your Work Teams in 2015

Groups and teams are using Leading with Honor for training and leadership development. Did you know that we’ve created group training materials to make it easier for you to teach the 14 leadership lessons that Lee learned in the Hanoi Hilton? There’s no better time than the New Year to strengthen and align your work […]

On This Day in Leadership History, December 28, 2014

On this day in 1832, John C. Calhoun became the first vice president of the United States to resign, stepping down over differences with President Jackson. In specific leadership scenarios, if one’s influence is no longer able to affect change then it takes wisdom and vision to know when it’s time for seasons of work […]

A 1963 Christmas Classic – Proclaiming Peace and Hope

What’s your favorite Christmas song? Please share! We’re thinking back to 1963 when Bing Crosby was televised singing “Do You Hear What I Hear?”, a song of hope and peace during some turbulent times in our nation’s history. Merry Christmas to you!

Six Ways To Beat Executive Job Stress

Let’s face it—the holidays can add extra pressure in work and business to get job done amidst additional activities of the season. In this article from Forbes.com, the columnist shares Six Way to Beat Executive Job Stress. In a nutshell, these stress relievers are – Know Your Stress Response. Exercise. Get Serious about Fitness. Build […]