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FAQ from Lee Ellis on the Value of Creativity

FAQ from Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor – “Creativity is currently perhaps one of the most admired skills. Do you believe that ‘being inventive’ is an ability that anybody can develop? Why?” Lee’s Answer – “Being inventive and creative is crucial to future success for individual and organizational success. In my last book, Leading […]

Coaching Clip – Watch “The Paradox of Leadership and New Mindsets”

Need a quick leadership tip for the new year? Watch as Lee Ellis shares the important leadership principle of adopting new mindsets and successfully leading in paradoxical settings. New coaching clips are available each month – visit our website to sign up. And please share your thoughts on this topic, too! Lee also mentions the […]

Merry Christmas! On this Day in Leadership History for December 25, 2016

Merry Christmas from Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor! On this day in leadership history in 1939, “A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, was read on CBS radio for the first time. What’s the leadership lesson? Don’t be a Bob Cratchit—lead with a generous heart, will, and attitude! A Christmas Carol – Wikipedia

Leadership Behavior and the Gift of Listening: A Practical How-To

Leaders—you may be feeling the pressure of the gift-giving season. How can you make your gift to team members and colleagues more meaningful? What do you give the person who has everything? As you plan your giving, I have the perfect gift suggestion; it’s costly and valuable, but you don’t have to spend any money on it. But, first my personal confession…read my latest article below.

On This Day in Leadership History for December 18, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 2009, James Cameron’s movie “Avatar” was released in the United States. On January 26, the movie became the highest-grossing film worldwide. The development process began in 1994 before he saw it come to fruition on-screen. What’s the leadership lesson? Steady progression towards your goal is the best way […]

Five Universally Applicable Leadership Lessons Learned from Military Medicine

It’s always wise to learn leadership growth tips from various industries. In this article, they share 5 #leadership tips learned from military medicine:    Always Have a Forward-Looking Objective.    Communicate Your Intent to Subordinates, and Trust Them to Handle Their Tasks.    Subordinates Must Know how to Follow; But They Can and Should Serve […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “25 Ways to Control Your Stage Fright–and Become a Highly Confident Speaker!”

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “25 Ways to Control Your Stage Fright–and Become a Highly Confident Speaker!” by Bill Lampton. Fear of giving speeches may have kept you from taking a leadership role in your work place, community, and civic organizations. To help you control your stage fright and speak with poise and […]

An Engage with Honor Testimonial

Thank you , Engage with Honor reader Harry, for your kind words – “Lee Ellis does a splendid job of telling his story of being a Vietnam POW. The story illustrates powerful transferable concepts of leadership, accountability, and honor. In reading the book, as well as having listened to Lee teach these concepts, I’m amazed […]

Need an Effective Leadership Communication Model? Lee Can Help!

Anyone who has to communicate effectively with others needs a proven model to get results in their work. Lee Ellis calls it the Courageous Accountability Model, and his clients are using it today! Save 20% off when you purchase multiple copies of his latest book, Engage with Honor. Visit our Online Store for details, and […]

On This Day in Leadership History for December 11, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1844, Dr. Horace Wells became the first person to have a tooth extracted after receiving an anesthetic for the dental procedure. Nitrous Oxide, or laughing gas, was the anesthetic. The leadership lesson? I’m grateful that we can all benefit from the innovation, commitment, and creativity of others! Your […]