Abraham Lincoln has been repeatedly voted as our most popular president, probably because he achieved great results in the face of incredibly difficult circumstances. But did you ever stop to think, how did he do it? What was his secret, and what are the keys to success of the “greatest leaders?” Feel free to download […]
20 potential leadership strengths and struggles – 1 assessment to analyze your unique scores. Take the free Leading with Honor Discovery Profile to get a snapshot of your natural leadership style. Please Share this assessment with others – thank you
Download the new and improved Courage Challenge Card with our compliments. In stressful situations, do you ten to withdraw, engage, or dominate? Lee Ellis has created this small but powerful tool to help you stay strong and engaged as a leader! Visit the Courage Challenge page to get your copy.
How many of these 7 core behaviors in the Honor Code do you use everyday? Let’s all encourage each other live with character, courage, and commitment – feel free to share this graphic! Download on the Honor Code page.
How many of the 7 core behaviors in the Honor Code do you use everyday? Let’s all encourage each other live with character, courage, and commitment – feel free to share this graphic! Please use and share with others. You can also download the 8.5×11 Honor Code version.
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.
How do you do accountability the right way? Use the 4C’s – download and share this graphic from Lee Ellis (The 4C’s are taken from Lee’s latest award-winning book, Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability.)
For leaders today, courageous leadership is the key solution for increased performance, morale, and getting results. More specifically, the foundation of successful leadership is actually courageous accountability. The new infographic from Lee Ellis is a practical tool to understand the lack of accountability, the obstacles, the 4C’s of making accountability a regular part of honorable […]