Best Book Award Finalist – Engage with Honor

We’re honored to announce that Lee’s latest book, Engage with Honor, is a finalist in the Best Book Awards Program! It captured finalist spots in both “Business: Management & Leadership Category” and “Best Cover Design: Non-Fiction”. Thank you for celebrating with us! Announcement Link Buy the Book – Bulk book packages available

Breakdown in Leadership Communication? How to Get Back on Track

What has been your latest breakdown in communication with an individual or team member? And how did you get back on track? See how your style matches Lee Ellis’ Courageous Accountability Model of “Clarify | Connect |  Collaborate | Closeout” – see it below and then learn more in-depth about Engage with Honor. Read More […]

Which Employee is Your High Security Risk? How to Identify the Pattern

(Editor’s Note: this month’s guest article is from our behavioral assessment strategic partner, Hugh Massie, President and Founder of DNA Behavior International. His company has helped multiple thousands of individuals and clients worldwide to understand their natural behaviors in life and work.) By Hugh Massie “Potentially 5% of your workforce includes employees that are a […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “The Inspiration Factor”

The latest recommendation from Lee’s bookshelf – “The Inspiration Factor: How you Can Revitalize Your Company Culture in 12 Weeks” by Terry Barber with Pat Springle. In this book, Barber uses insights, humor, and gripping stories to impart seven proven principles to help a person be an inspiration to others. This is the perfect time […]

On This Day in Leadership History for November 20, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1962, the Cuban Missile Crisis ended. After a 13-day period of tense negotiations, an agreement was reached between President John F. Kennedy and Khrushchev. Publicly, the Soviets would dismantle their offensive weapons in Cuba and return them to the Soviet Union, subject to United Nations verification, in exchange […]

Infographic: How to Avoid Career Blindspots – 6 Things to Remember

You never saw it coming. Everything at work or home was going really well, and then you were derailed by a situation. One of Leading with Honor’s popular infographics may help – “How to Avoid Career Blindspots – 6 Things to Remember”. Please check it out and share your comments and experience below –   […]

A Special Thank You Gift During This Season – Sharing This Idea

Bulk copies of Lee’s latest book, Engage with Honor, are quickly going out during the upcoming holiday season. If you’d like a thank you gift for your team or colleagues this year, see the savings and special offers when buying multiple copies! Order Your Copies! And, please share this post with others – thank you

Team Collaboration That Gets Results – 4 Quick Coaching Guidelines

Directing team collaboration as a leader is a key differentiator in those successful teams and organizations that get results. Here’s a quick glance at 4 practical guidelines for improving your collaboration skills: Take Time to Think—Think Before You Act. My first responsibility is to get as much clarity as possible on the goal and how […]

On This Day in Leadership History for November 13, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1956, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down laws calling for racial segregation on public buses. What’s the leadership lesson? Even after you make the right decision as a leader, it takes a focused balance on results and relationships to make the decision endure over time. If you’ve made […]

Lee Ellis Opinion/Editorial – Veterans Teach Us to Thrive in Hard Times

(Editor’s Note: this OpEd was posted on November 11, 2016 in the Tulsa World Newspaper.) By Lee Ellis Another Veterans Day is upon us, and I don’t recall a Fall election season with so much contentious discourse and deceptive maneuvering internally and externally. Our new president will face new external threats  to our national security—recurring […]

What’s Your Presidential Leadership Attitude?

The day after the presidential elections, how can we be a strong influence for honorable leadership with our family, children, friends, and colleagues? This presidential campaign was fraught with dishonorable behavior on all sides of the political spectrum, and unfortunately most of us have little control over the attitudes and actions of others. Instead as […]

5 Emergency Solutions for Collaboration Challenges

By Lee Ellis Why does it seem more challenging than ever to collaborate? As fantastic as technology can be, it can also bring more complexity, disconnectedness, and distraction to daily work life. We have massive amounts of information at our fingertips, but the corresponding amount of collaboration must also increase.   Then, there’s our natural […]