Monthly Archives: February 2017

On This Day in Leadership History for February 26, 2017

On this day in leadership history in 1929, President Calvin Coolidge establishes Grand Teton National Park. In northwestern Wyoming, it’s approximately 310,000 acres (480 sq mi), the park includes the major peaks of the 40-mile-long Teton Range as well as the valley known as Jackson Hole. What’s the leadership lesson? In the day-to-day busy-ness of […]

Need a Set of Core Values for Your Team or Home?

The Honor Code from Lee Ellis shows 7 core behaviors that he uses with consulting clients. Need a set of core values for your team or home? Use or share this one with our compliments –   Download the full Honor Code free version that is suitable for framing in your home or office.

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A Behavioral Analysis of President Trump’s White House Leadership Team

(Editor’s Note: we frequently get a high interest level on the behavioral styles of famous personalities, celebrities, etc. This article from our partner organization, DNA Behavior, gives great insight on how behavioral assessment is valuable in team-building strategy. It was originally written in late 2016 before President Trump was elected by Carol Pocklington, guest author […]

On This Day in Leadership History for February 19, 2017

On this day in leadership history in 1945, during World War II, about 30,000 U.S. Marines landed on Iwo Jima. What’s the leadership lesson? Whatever challenges or obstacles in your way today, you have the freedom to conquer them because of the bravery of men over 60 years ago. #NeverForget Iwo Jima Battle – Wikipedia […]

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, February 17, 2017

“Enthusiasm is the yeast that makes your hopes shine to the stars. Enthusiasm is the sparkle in your eyes, the swing in your gait. The grip of your hand, the irresistible surge of will and energy to execute your ideas.” – Henry Ford