On This Day in Leadership History, November 29, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1961, The Mercury-Atlas 5 spacecraft was launched by the U.S. with Enos the chimp on board. The craft orbited the earth twice before landing off Puerto Rico. What’s the leadership lesson? Find the courage as a leader to do the thing that you’ve been putting off—lean into the […]

Get Ready for a Future Deficit of Quality Leadership – See Inside

The issue of leadership represents the most pressing challenge for organizations. According to Deloitte’s Human Capital Survey, the vast majority of human resources and business leaders (86%) identified leadership as a significant problem and 50% saw this leadership deficit as immediately pressing. Noted leadership consultant and strategist, Stuart R. Levine, shares how to convince your […]

Limited Time – Leading with Honor Freedom Package

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On This Day in Leadership History, November 22, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1963, U.S. President Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, TX. Texas Governor John B. Connally was also seriously wounded. Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson was inaugurated as the 36th U.S. President. If you were living in 1963, where were you at this moment in history? […]

Transforming Human Resources – Brand and Talent Management Through Technology

Honorable leaders are always searching for ways to make their team and organizations more unified and collaborative, and technology is a major tool to get there. Lee’s friend and colleague, Harry Glantz, VP Human Resources, RailWorks Corporation, shares his perspective on the role of technology in how candidates will view a company’s culture, the speed […]

6 Ways to Build a Long-Term Competitive Edge in Your Industry

Great organizations love to win and be the best in their industry, and any competitive edge makes that success more likely. The vision of smooth-running, efficient, innovative, profitable, adept organization captivates most leaders’ aspirations, and it’s natural to have those goals. Not long ago after a speaking engagement, I enjoyed a corporate dinner event with […]

Are You a Leader Who Gets Things Done? Here’s the Mindset

Good Monday Morning – are you a leader who gets things done? Good reminders from Wizard of Ads Founder, Roy H. Williams: – People who get things done push past the idea that ‘now is not a good time.’ – People who get things done believe that a good plan today is better than a […]

On This Day in Leadership History, November 15, 2015

On this day in leadership in 1806, Explorer Zebulon Pike spotted the mountaintop that became known as Pikes Peak. Some leaders are more open to the idea of exploration than others. How do you view exploring new ways and lead and grow others? What are you willing to try to advance the health of your […]

Leading with Honor Reaction – American Health Care Association

We’re so grateful for these comments from Dana Halvorson, Senior Director, Not for Profit and Constituent Services at the American Health Care Association regarding the Leading with Honor message – “This is the first time I heard Lee speak, and I was in awe. His message on leadership and courage draws in the entire audience. […]

115th Fighter Wing – Honored to Share

So honored to share the Leading with Honor message with the personal equipment shop of the 115th Fighter wing, Wisconsin air National Guard. They keep all that high-tech equipment that the pilots are wearing working properly. Pictured are just a few of these honorable leaders.

Leading with Honor Live! Leadership Development for 2016

After reading Leading with Honor, you realize the depth of insight and training that can benefit your team or organization. Would you like a custom quote for live Leading with Honor Training? Learn and apply leadership lessons such as engaging others courageously effective communication, and leaning into the pain of your fear to do the […]

On This Day in Leadership History, November 8, 2015

On this day in leadership history in 1956, after turning down 18,000 names, the Ford Motor Company decided to name their new car the “Edsel,” after Henry Ford’s only son. While it’s okay to exhaustive in searching for the perfect future plan for your work and leadership, don’t forget to have a plan that has […]