Special Memorial Day Weekend Honoring Lance Sijan – See the Photos

On this special Memorial Day weekend, I was in Milwaukee WI for the Lance Sijan F4C Phantom dedication at Mitchell field. In addition to the dedication, we’re also remembering his ultimate sacrifice many years ago in service to our nation. It was an honor to be chosen to ride in the parade in his restored […]

On this day in leadership history, May 28th

On this date in leadership history in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco opens to vehicular traffic. 80 years later, it’s still in operation allowing thousands of cars to travel across it every day. What’s the leadership lesson? When planning your next project or endeavor, have the leadership vision to build for long-term […]

How to Get Better Clarity in Leadership – A Video Coaching Clip

If your leadership or team communication is a bit murky, Lee offers is practical advice on getting more clarity. This coaching clip discusses Chapter 5 entitled “Clarity Begins with the Leader” from Lee’s latest award-winning book, Engage with Honor. Special bulk purchase options are also available for leadership and team development. Through his five-year experience […]

2 quick tips to manage difficult, dominant personalities

Perhaps you have heard it said about a powerful leader, “There’s a graveyard just outside his/her office for those who dared to confront them with the truth.” What’s the recognizable pattern of a dysfunctional dominant personality? Note the progression below when they are caught in a mistake. Step 1 – Deny Example – “That’s not […]

Another Book Award for ‘Engage with Honor’ – See Inside

Another Book Award for Engage with Honor! It just won the Leadership category in the distinguished 11th Annual Indie Excellence Awards Program. It also placed as a finalist in the non-fiction cover design category, too. WINNER – Leadership Category  – Link FINALIST – Book Cover Design Non-Fiction – Link        

On this day in leadership history, May 21st – Clara Barton

On this day in leadership history in 1881, the American Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton. Here is a 3 minute story of her life and leadership contributions. Let’s all learn from the lives of others who have made a mark on history. Clara Barton – Wikipedia