Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and the Danger of Comparing Leadership Styles

Which leadership style is best for leading our nation? And what’s most important? As leadership spectacles go, the 2016 U.S. presidential election is the equivalent of a Hollywood blockbuster. It features household names in leading roles, a cast of first-class supporting characters, plenty of compelling villainy and intrigue, and what is shaping up to be […]

On This Day in Leadership History for August 28, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1830, “The Tom Thumb” was demonstrated in Baltimore, MD. It was the first passenger-carrying train of its kind to be built in America. The leadership lesson? Being an influential leader in areas that help others, inspire and imagine creativity, and generate revenue are honorable goals! Do as many […]

The 9C’s of Entrepreneurial Success – New Entrepreneur Magazine Article

Is successful leadership caught or taught? It’s a question worth asking if you want to conquer new areas in work and business. Courageous accountability follows a proven process. These 9C’s give you the tactical, soft skills that you need to create a culture of success. Read Now on the Entrepreneur Magazine website, and please share […]

The Latest Leadership Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – The Oz Principle

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – The Oz Principle: Getting Results through Individual and Organizational Accountability. Like Dorothy and the gang in The Wizard of Oz, most businesspeople have the tools to succeed, but when things go wrong they blame circumstance or others instead of looking within for the true cause of unsatisfactory results. […]

On This Day in Leadership History for August 21, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1912, Arthur R. Eldred became the first American boy to become an Eagle Scout. It is the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Over 100 years later, only four percent of Boy Scouts are granted this rank after a lengthy review process. The requirements necessary to […]

Take Your Peek at Lee’s New Book, Engage with Honor – Early Release

Did you hear about the early eBook release of Lee’s new book, Engage with Honor? You can download it now on Amazon and start reading immediately! Here’s what others are saying: “Engage with Honor inspires us to consider how accountability can be a strong thread in shaping corporate culture. Keep the passion Lee, for the […]

How to Conquer Your Leadership Limitations

Abby is undeniably beautiful. Soulful eyes, flowing hair, articulate, alert. She is fiercely loyal and protective of those she loves. Everyone sees her potential, but she’s stuck by the limitations of her past. She’s my neighbor’s dog, and she’s in search of purpose and significance.  Showing up mysteriously on my neighbor’s front porch one day, […]

Honorable Leadership in Action – David Goldfein

We wanted to officially congratulate Gen. David L. Goldfein who was sworn in as the Air Force’s 21st chief of staff recently. His tactical responsibilities are to ensure that the 660,000 active-duty, Guard, Reserve and civilian Airmen under his command are fully trained and equipped. One of Goldfein’s first acts as chief of staff was […]

On This Day in Leadership History for August 14, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1936, the first basketball competition was held at the Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany. The U.S. defeated Canada, 19-8. What’s the leadership lesson? When pep talks aren’t working, healthy competition will motivate some team members like no other leadership method! Make it a part of your leadership strategy. […]

How Courageous Accountability Gets Results – See Inside

As a leader or even a person who likes to succeed, consider the following reasons how courageous accountability keeps a focus on results: Requires leaders to clarify goals and objectives and manage the process to achieve them. Requires leaders to stay connected to resolve issues and obstacles as they arise—rather than as disappointments at the […]

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, August 12, 2016

“Connect the dots between individual roles and the goals of the organization. When people see that connection, they get a lot of energy out of work. They feel the importance, dignity, and meaning in their job.” – Ken Blanchard and Scott Blanchard