Close

Blog

Read and Watch Leading with Honor Coaching

Read all of the coaching articles.

Sign up and get free, instant access to all coaching videos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coaching Clip – How to Refine Your Leadership Discernment

Whether you’re listening to the news, reading social media, or navigating through organizational culture, leadership discernment is needed now more than ever. What are the 3 things that Lee recommends that all leaders do as they watch and listen? Watch this brief 3-minute Leading with Honor Coaching video – (video won’t play? Click this link […]

August 6, 2020

Read More

7 Core Behaviors for Creating Leadership Boundaries

Need some clear ethical boundaries for your team or organization? core behavioral reminders for being civil in your personal and professional life? Here are 7 core behaviors to lead and work with honor. For example, article #2 says, “Be ethical. Operate within the laws of the land, the guidelines of your profession, and the policies […]

August 4, 2020

Read More

How to Discern a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: 3 Leadership Tips

Have you ever noticed that things are not as they seem? The deeper context of some recent volatile situations brings to mind the powerful image in the age-old statement about the wolf in sheep’s clothing. It came to me again this morning as I was doing a weekly reading in Essays on Ethics by Rabbi […]

August 3, 2020

Read More

Leading with Honor – August Kindle Deal!

Amazon.com has selected ‘Leading with Honor’ for their Kindle Monthly Deals for the month of August! For a limited time, get the kindle edition for only 99 cents. Click the link below and find it in the Business and Money section – Shop on Amazon.com Kindle Monthly Deals      

August 3, 2020

Read More

On This Day in Leadership History, August 2nd

On this day in leadership history in 1938, bright yellow baseballs were used in a major league baseball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals. It was hoped that the balls would be easier to see. What’s the leadership lesson? It’s okay for honorable leaders to try a new idea; then if […]

August 2, 2020

Read More

Free Webinar Replay – “The Leadership Behavior DNA Game Show!”

Free Webinar Replay – in this latest fun and fast-paced event, we took leadership human behavior and applied it to real-life scenarios. How can polar opposites, Tom and Jen, get along better and manage their differences? How can you better relate with a demanding, results-focused leader? How do you fix a team that’s out of […]

July 30, 2020

Read More

Special Endorsement from Brazil

Thank you Tobias Maag, CEO of Sencopar, São Paulo, Brazil for your enthusiastic words about the new book ‘Leadership Behavior DNA’ – “This book draws out that focusing on your strengths alone is not enough. The reader will learn about the relevance of managing struggles, as they are strengths overplayed that can quickly derail performance. […]

July 29, 2020

Read More

The Latest Book Recommendation – “How Full Is Your Bucket”

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “How Full Is Your Bucket” by Tom Rath and Donald Clifton. How did you feel after your last interaction with another person? Did that person — your spouse, best friend, coworker, or even a stranger — “fill your bucket” by making you feel more positive? Or did that […]

July 28, 2020

Read More

Final Call! Join us tomorrow

Final Call! Join us tomorrow for the webinar “The Leadership Behavior DNA Game Show” This fun and educational webinar is a fast-paced game show format to walk through real-life scenarios to apply your leadership behavioral knowledge. How can colleagues Tom and Jen better manage their differences? How do you fix a team that’s out of […]

July 27, 2020

Read More

On This Day in Leadership History, July 26th

On this day in leadership history in 1945, Winston Churchill resigned as Britain’s prime minister. What were his leadership strengths and struggles? Here’s a brief 4-minute look at his history and leadership legacy – Winston Churchill – Wikipedia          

July 26, 2020

Read More

Coaching Clip – The Paradox of Leadership and New Mindsets

Need a quick leadership tip? Watch as Lee Ellis shares the important leadership principle of adopting new mindsets and successfully leading in paradoxical settings. Sign up to received monthly coaching in your inbox – Click for Free Registration            

July 23, 2020

Read More

Measuring the Return on Character – Does It Work?

When we hear about unethical public figures or executives whose careers have gone down in flames, it’s sadly unsurprising. Hubris and greed have a way of catching up with people, who then lose the power and wealth they’ve so fervently pursued. But is the opposite also true? Do highly principled leaders and their organizations perform […]

July 22, 2020

Read More

The Five A’s of Aviator Personality

Here’s a Leadership Behavior Question – ever wonder the type of military pilot that’s protecting our skies? Or do you naturally have what it takes to fill this role? Using a sample of 376 retired military aviators, RPWs and controls (a control group of Naval aviators that matched the age/experience of the RPW group), personality […]

July 21, 2020

Read More

Leadership Behavior DNA Game Show – Your Invitation

New Online Event – join us on July 28th for the “Leadership Behavior DNA Game Show – Learn and Win Prizes” Knowledge of human behavior means nothing if you can’t apply it in day-to-day relationships. Join this fun and educational webinar where we’ll use a fast-paced game show format to walk through real-life scenarios. How […]

July 20, 2020

Read More

On This Day in Leadership History, July 19th

On this day in leadership history in 1985, Christa McAuliffe of New Hampshire was chosen to be the first schoolteacher to ride aboard the space shuttle. She died with six others when the Challenger exploded the following year. What’s the leadership lesson? Even when not knowing the future, honorable leaders choose courage and some risk […]

July 19, 2020

Read More

Quick Communication Solution for Challenging Moments

When confronted with a crisis or challenge, the natural tendency of most humans is to either try to withdraw or dominate. About 40% of the population naturally lean toward dominating, while the other 40% tends toward withdrawing from conflict altogether. Though there are times to have heated discussions or withdraw and reflect, they only work […]

July 15, 2020

Read More

The Leadership Behavior DNA Game Show – Learn and Win Prizes

New Online Event – Join Lee Ellis on July 28th – Register below  Knowledge of human behavior means nothing if you can’t apply it in day-to-day relationships. Join this fun and educational webinar where we’ll use a fast-paced game show format to walk through real-life scenarios. How can colleagues Tom and Jen better manage their […]

July 14, 2020

Read More

Engage as a Team in this Self-Study Training Course

If you want your team on the same page as it relates working and communicating in a positive accountability culture, this training guide provides everything you need to lay a great foundation. Download a free sample in the Leading with Honor Store Purchase your copies – bulk savings are available        

July 13, 2020

Read More

On This Day in Leadership History, July 12th

On this day in leadership history in 1862, the U.S. Congress authorized the Medal of Honor. There have been 3,525 Medals of Honor awarded to 3,506 individuals since the decoration’s creation, with over 40% awarded for actions during the American Civil War. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders intentionally find ways to recognize, affirm and […]

July 12, 2020

Read More

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, July 10, 2020

“Unfortunately, there are many groups and cults trying to co-opt the legitimate race issues that need to be rectified, so wisdom and discernment is needed right now to sort out the best interest of all our citizens.” – Lee Ellis        

July 10, 2020

Read More

Blog Categories

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.