A fantastic article on why the concept of honor in work is so important. Many people compartmentalize the term for people like doctors, firemen, police officers, and military; but honor goes much broader. From the article, “What developed from our commitment [as Navy SEALs] is that we learned that failure is not an option,” said […]
People are downloading this new, very informative infographic on to “Find and Balance Your Leadership Tilt”. Which way do you lean? And how do you better balance how you interact and communicate with others? Check it out, and please share with others!
Here’s the latest leadership book recommendation from Lee’s bookshelf – “Leading Change” by John P. Kotter. Needed more today than at any time in the past, this immensely relevant bestselling business book serves as both visionary guide and practical toolkit on how to approach the difficult yet crucial work of leading change in any type […]
Trust is one of the most important attributes of candidates seeking to serve in public office. Here’s a “Trust List” to consider—how you would rate the current candidates on these traits: Shows respect for others Demonstrates good values Shows good judgment Shows maturity Trustworthy Healthy self-confidence Listens and takes counsel This list is included in […]
On this day in leadership history in 1933, about 55,000 people staged a protest against Hitler in New York City. This protest occurred 5 years before the start of World War II. The leadership lesson? Remember to balance the facts with your own intuition as a leader. Better to handle a challenging or difficult situation […]
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“Without trust, we don’t truly collaborate; we merely coordinate or, at best, cooperate. It is trust that transforms a group of people into a team.” – Stephen M.R. Covey [Tweet This]
It’s Hump Day! To keep your momentum going, watch this quick clip from Lee on an important lesson that he learned in the POW camps of Vietnam that he still uses today. Please watch and share – thank you Leading with Honor Book – Link
Are you an emotionally intelligent person? Assess where you are with author Dan Schawbel’s list and article below, and share your comments – You’re constantly striving to understand the human condition. You’re inherently curious about the way other people live. You’re self-aware about your shortcomings and strengths. You place an emphasis on living in the […]
Spring officially sprung this weekend! Before vacation season, now is a great time to kick off you or your team’s professional development with Leading with Honor Training. Regardless of group size, we have something for you. Learn More and please share –