“Fear stifles our thinking and actions. It creates indecisiveness that results in stagnation. I have known talented people who procrastinate indefinitely rather than risk failure. Lost opportunities cause erosion of confidence, and the downward spiral begins.” – Charles Stanley
Lee Ellis and Team have pulled together a fantastic “Launch Package” when you purchase his new book, Engage with Honor. Order your copies now for free access to these exclusive features: ORDER UP TO 9 COPIES AND RECEIVE THIS PACKAGE: Free Leading with Honor 1-Page Mini Report Discussion Guide for Groups 6 Coaching Videos by […]
Who doesn’t need hope? Join Lee as he speaks at the America’s Best Hope Conference in November! Attend a local satellite event in your area and please share with others – America’s Best Hope Conference – Link
The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “The Lens of Leadership: Being the Leader Others Want to Follow” by Cory Bouck. The leadership exodus of the Baby Boomers is creating dramatically-accelerated promotions in organizations and leaving behind a significant leadership skills gap. Is your career not moving forward quickly enough? Are you in a little […]
Worried that you may have some toxic behavior like our presidential candidates? Maybe you’re stubborn. Or a bad listener. Maybe you act passive-aggressively when your business partner, spouse, or children irritate you — or maybe, you’re a little bit of all of these things. But which ones are really doing our relationships the most harm? […]
Recommended article and an insightful read – “If There Is a Magic Bullet, This Is It.” What are successful advisors doing that sets them apart? What are their secrets and strategies to get and stay where they are? Let’s be honest, we all wonder what the top producers did differently to get where they are. […]
On this day in leadership history in 1492, the crew of the Pinta, one of Christopher Columbus’ ships, mistakenly thought that they had spotted land. What’s the leadership lesson? Keep trying! Pinta – Wikipedia
A Lee Ellis FAQ – “Courage is cited by the English author and management specialist, Simon Sinek, as the main requirement for inspired leadership. Do you agree with this point of view? Why?” Lee’s Answer – “I do agree with Simon’s statement. From years of experience as a leader and leadership consultant, I’ve seen that […]
“I realize that I have to let go of old mindsets that really don’t work so well in order to adopt new ones that work better.” – Lee Ellis
We would be remiss not to mention National POW/MIA Recognition Day that occurred last Friday, Sept 16th. In 2016 to date (15 July), 77 personnel have been recovered: 57 from WWII; 2 from Vietnam; and 18 from Korea. However, more than 82,000 Americans still remain unaccounted for past wars and conflicts. Below is just one […]
On September 13th, a worldwide book launch event for Lee Ellis’ latest book, Engage with Honor, was hosted in the Atlanta area with family, friends, and colleagues. We were honored to have speakers like Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, leadership experts Bob and Lyn Turknett, and NGHS CEO Carol Burrell share in this special celebration. Check […]
Interview by Candice Jalili on LOVE HURTS via Elite Daily Maybe you’re stubborn. Or a bad listener. Maybe you act passive-aggressively when your partner irritates you — or maybe, you’re a little bit of all of these things. Just as we all have great habits that make us the lovely, wonderful people our partners are […]
Need advice on launching a successful startup business? Lee shares his leadership expertise in this article from AlleyWatch. Please Read on the AlleyWatch website and share your comments – thank you!
Please consider joining Lee in sharing the Engage with Honor message through buying bulk copies! Order your copies now for free access to these exclusive features: ORDER UP TO 9 COPIES AND RECEIVE THIS PACKAGE: Free Leading with Honor 1-Page Mini Report Discussion Guide for Groups 6 Coaching Videos by Lee Ellis 10 Video Clips […]
On this day in leadership history in 1997, Ted Turner, U.S. Media magnate, announced that over the next ten years he would give $1 billion to the United Nations. What’s the leadership lesson? Making money can be very rewarding, but being generous and sharing it can be a reward on an entirely different level. What […]
Did you see last week’s coaching video where Lee talks about how leaders can “connect with the heart”? Great advice whether you’re a touchy-feely leader or not. Please watch and share your comments – thank you!
“The goal of many leaders is to get people to think more highly of the leader. The goal of a great leader is to help people to think more highly of themselves.” – J. Carla Northcutt
As leaders in life and work, what does connecting with the heart look like? Typical heart-connecting actions include listening, supporting, encouraging, believing in, and almost any action to connect to the deepest needs of another person in a positive, respectful, and honoring way. Why does it work? Every human being has deep desires to be […]
Consumer expert and radio show host, Clark Howard, clearly identifies the problem in this article—“without accountability the culture goes downhill in a hurry.” Please read the entire article and share your comments in this post. You can also read more stories about courageous accountability in Lee’s new book, Engage with Honor.
Fill-in-the-Blank – “I’m most engaged with a task or project when my leader does the following:___________________.” Please share your answers in this post – thank you!