On This Day in Leadership History for March 26, 2017

On this day in leadership history in 1859, the 1st supposed sighting of Vulcan, a planet thought to orbit inside Mercury; it doesn’t exist. What’s the leadership lesson? Research and testing is needed in day-to-day work, but correct quickly if mistakes are made. Planet Vulcan – Wikipedia      

Connect: Know Yourself—Know Your People: Watch This Coaching Clip

Want some proven leadership consulting on connecting with others? The first critical step is to know yourself and know your people! Lee explains this tactic in the clip from Chapter 6 of his book, Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability. Special bulk purchase options available for team development.      

A FAQ from Lee Ellis – “My boss is hesitant…”

A Frequently Asked Question from Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor – “My boss is hesitant to hold people accountable and we have folks on the team that don’t carry their weight. What can I do?” Answer – “Your manager probably lacks courage to deal with the issues. How can you encourage him or her? […]

On This Day in Leadership History for March 19, 2017

Any Scrabble or “Words with Friends” fans out there? On this day in leadership history in 1955, “Scrabble” debuts on board game market. What’s the leadership lesson? Leaders should do something in addition to work to keep their mind sharp. Try a board game! Scrabble – Wikipedia

So grateful for the endorsements about Engage With Honor

So grateful for the endorsements that keep coming in for Lee’s latest award-winning book, Engage with Honor – here are a few more – thanks for the opportunity to share: “Lee’s philosophy of respect for the individual and integrity (two of Swagelok’s core values) are on display for the reader. His experiences should serve as […]