Is your idea of connecting sending emails without ever spending face-to-face time with your team (meetings don’t count)? The first critical step to truly connecting is to know yourself and know your people! Lee explains this tactic in this coaching clip from Chapter 6 of his book, Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous […]
Interesting 3-minute clip on this female leadership aviator, Amelia Earhart. Pay attention to the challenges she encountered, yet emerged from them to be the pilot that she wanted to be. After her solo flight across the Atlantic, she embarked on her flight around the world and disappeared over the Pacific Ocean.
In this leadership coaching clip, Lee Ellis explains the critical “why” of paradox. How can you be a visionary yet practical? Chaotic yet orderly? Competitive yet supportive? And listen to his practical yet sobering Vietnam POW story on they had to use paradox to overcome a stinky challenge. Read the article on this topic, too. […]
Rather than having fear and trepidation about the concept of accountability, Lee briefly explains the positive aspects of courageous accountability as a means to achieving your goals. The key is to establish an authentic foundation of character, courage, and commitment so you can build consistency and trust with yourself and others. Please watch and share […]
If you’re spending a lot of extra time “parenting your powerful child” this Summer, you have a leadership challenge (with a lot of potential rewards, too)! Great insight from Dr Kevin Leman in this clip on the CBN website –
Need a quick dose of determination and resilience today? Watch this quick video bio of Helen Keller and be inspired in your leadership. There is no obstacle that you cannot overcome!
This insightful message from Brene Brown on vulnerability and human connection makes some critical points that affect others to lead with honor. The courage to be vulnerable is the new game-changer in leadership and career advancement. Please watch and see if you agree – thank you The 4C’s of Courageous Accountability Explained The strong emphasis […]
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 […]
Some of today’s most respected leaders today have learned the discipline of studying other people’s lives through biographies to learn from their mistakes and capitalize on their strengths. Take 3 minutes and watch the biography of woman nurse pioneer, Florence Nightingale. Then please share your comments – thank you
Each month, Lee Ellis shares a free ‘Leading with Honor Coaching’ video like the clip below, but it’s only available when you sign up to receive in your inbox. Click to Register or sign up at the bottom of our website, and please share with others! Thank you –
In author and leadership consultant, Lee Ellis’ latest book, Engage with Honor, he trains how to “Connect with the Heart” in your personal and professional relationships. A dogmatic, authoritarian leadership style no longer works in today’s business and work culture. Please watch and share your comments – thank you
Please watch the great celebration clip below. This is where I re-qualified after the war and later was privileged to command this squadron from 1980-1982. The ceremony at the “missing man” monument to remember those who did not come home was highlighted by a T-34 flyby with former POW cellmate General Chuck Boyd as number three. […]
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.
Have you ever seen this short POW Release clip that Lee uses in his keynote presentations? It is silent video footage of his release on March 14-17, 1973. It was truly a time of celebration for him and his comrades. Check out Lee’s Events Calendar for upcoming speaking dates –
In this clip from a recent keynote speech, author and leadership consultant, Lee Ellis, describes some of the stories and leadership lessons learned from his Vietnam POW experience. Visit the Keynote Speaking page for more information on upcoming events or availability for your event.
Does an attitude of humble confidence seem like an impossible task? From his years as a fighter pilot to leadership consultant and trainer, Lee Ellis share his wisdom and experience on this challenging balance in leadership. Read the original article mentioned in this coaching session – “From Humble Leader to Narcissist: Where Are You on […]