Fear is Fun for Halloween, but What about Leadership?

One emotion related to the Halloween holiday is fear (all in fun, of course), but fear in leadership must be managed before it gets out of control. Fear will take us out of the battle and lead us to abandon our good intentions as leaders. It’s about adopting courage and honor as the guiding force […]

On This Day in Leadership History for October 30, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1938, Orson Welles’ “The War of the Worlds” aired on CBS radio. The belief that the realistic radio dramatization was a live news event about a Martian invasion caused panic among listeners. The leadership lesson? Perception is not always reality! Step back and take a more strategic look […]

Leadership Re-Training a Negative Mindset into a Positive Mindset

One of Lee Ellis’ Leading with Honor Lessons is to “Stay Positive”. One of the keys to staying positive is recognizing and changing negative thought patterns. Great advice from Dr Henry Cloud in the clip below on re-training your mind to support your desire for a positive mindset! Please watch and share your comments – […]

Facing the great opportunity (and potential challenge) of nurturing young leaders in your work? Here’s the Positive Side

Facing the great opportunity (and potential challenge) of nurturing young leaders in your work? It takes time and money, but remember these immediate, short term benefits such as –   Having a built-in system for instilling the values and leadership principles that are important to you. Building relationships in classes to enhance functional collaboration and break […]

“Develop a Mindset for Collaboration” – Lee Ellis Leadership Coaching Clip

Why is art of collaboration in leadership such an unused skill for achieving goals? This coaching clip from Lee Ellis helps leaders “Develop a Mindset for Collaboration”. In his latest book, Engage with Honor, he shares his serious concerns about the lack of accountability in our culture and how you can confidently apply a positive, […]

On This Day in Leadership History for October 23, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1915, approximately 25,000 women demanded the right to vote with a march in New York City, NY. It would be 5 years later until the 19th Amendment was ratified giving women the right to vote. What’s the leadership lesson? If someone has fought to give you the right […]

These Endorsements Say What?? See What’s Coming In

The endorsements keep coming in for Lee’s new book Engage with Honor – see what it’s all about at the link below, and please share with others – “His Courageous Accountability Model holds true whether you raising a family, managing a 5 person working group or leading a Fortune 500 company. Engage with honor is […]

Leadership-Packed Launch Package with 10 Resources! Check It Out

With every purchase of Engage with Honor from our Online Store, you get this packed “Leadership Launch Package” that includes – Free Leading with Honor 1-Page Mini Report; Discussion Guide for Groups; 6 Coaching Videos by Lee Ellis; 10 Video Clips Explaining each chapter; A Case Study on Balancing Results and Relationships; A copy of […]

On This Day in Leadership History for October 16, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1990, Comedian Steve Martin and his wife Victoria Tennant visited U.S. soldiers in Saudi Arabia. What’s the leadership lesson? Find one way this week to help or encourage someone else with your natural gifts and abilities. It’s the generous thing to do! Steve Martin – Wikipedia

Developing a Collaborative Mindset – 5 Reasons to Do It Right Now

Courageous collaboration is anchored in the fact that people want to succeed.  They want to be a part of something larger than themselves, they want to be valued, and they want to count for something. When the collaborative leader assumes goodwill, treats others with dignity and respect, and believes in them, they will be inspired […]