Inspiring Work and Leadership Organization – The VVMF

Lee Ellis and team can’t say enough about the Vietnam Vets Memorial Foundation. Founders of the Vietnam Wall Memorial, they’re dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Memorial and ensuring that future generations learn from this critical time in history. Join us in supporting them this Fall with your time and contributions – learn more

Unusual and Inspiring Leadership Promotion – See Enclosed

Here’s a very unusual leadership event, and we wanted to share it with you. Pictured is Brig. Gen. Blaine Holt promoting his younger brother, new Brig. Gen. Cameron Holt. Lee was privileged to be their commander during their AFROTC experience at Det 160, University of Georgia – way to “Go Dawgs.” Very proud of Blaine […]

Leaders – Need to Align Your Team? See Inside

One of the biggest challenges for leaders is aligning their teams with a common goal and vision. Leading with Honor wants to help you take the next steps with our group training resources. Proven principles and results from the POW camps of Vietnam. Click to Learn More and download a free sample –

On This Day in Leadership History, September 27, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1989, two men went over the 176-foot-high Niagara Falls in a barrel. Jeffrey Petkovich and Peter Debernardi were the first to ever survive the Horshoe Falls. Regardless of how eccentric your field of interest and expertise may be, be true to your passion and even take risks to […]

Culture Clashes Kill Mergers – Read the Key Barriers

When evaluating a merger or other significant re-organization, most leaders tend to focus primarily on more tangible items like headcount, savings, systems, processes and tasks. Very little time is spent on the following key barriers in this article from Kriss Poll at DNA Behavior International.  Please read if you’re planning to merge lives, community organizations, […]

Harding University Hosts Lee Ellis as Keynote Presenter

Special thanks to Karen Edmonds-Friar at the American Studies Institute at Harding University for your kind words regarding Lee Ellis’ recent keynote presentation – “Col. Ellis was one of our Distinguished Lecturers at Harding University during the 2014/2015 academic year. We were so pleased and honored to have him on our campus. The student’s response […]

Texas Farm Bureau – Event Photos and Accolades

What a fantastic event last week with Lee’s clients at Texas Farm Bureau! He gave the keynote presentation for their annual United Way Kickoff Campaign and shared his leadership experiences as they continue to serve their customers and community.

Celebrating POW/MIA Recognition Day Today, September 18th

Today is POW/MIA Recognition Day, and it’s the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Vietnam War. To honor and remember this special day, watch as Lee Ellis and his comrades reunited with one another at a recent event at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library. It will inspire and encourage you! Thanks for your remembrance and support, […]

The Art and Science of Intuition in Leadership

By Lee Ellis Several years ago my strategic partner and good friend Hugh Massie, Founder and CEO of DNA Behavior® International, mentioned that he was learning to trust his gut instincts more. That caught my attention since he is a CPA by training and a very results oriented, rational person. Then as I read Malcolm […]

Need a Nice Presentation Piece for Your Leader or Team? See Inside

Looking for a nice presentation gift for your leaders or team? Leading with Honor is still published in hardcover keepsake format. Filled with wisdom and lessons that all leaders can use, it’s a great way to inspire someone and say thank you! Bulk savings available in our online store – Click to Learn More  

On This Day in Leadership History, September 13, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1948, Margaret Chase Smith was elected to the U.S. Senate and became the first woman to serve in both houses of the U.S. Congress. If you’re in your area of strength as a leader, why stop with just one achievement? Continue to expand your influence and see how […]

Use Coaching Skills to Run an Effective Meeting

Do you regularly struggle to get traction and decisions in meetings, whether they’re personal or professional settings? This article from Arudia gives a simple (but still not always easy) process for making meetings more valuable. Read the Article, and see if you agree –