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Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, March 13, 2020

“When people focus on their natural strengths in work, they’re jumpstarting their potential to be among the best in their field.” – Lee Ellis Lee’s new book, Leadership Behavior DNA, helps your pinpoint your specifics for work and leadership – purchase your copy        

March 13, 2020

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How Successful Leaders Manage Public Stress

Based on current news and headlines, it’s more important than ever for honorable leaders to step up and help manage the stress of others in your influence. Fellow colleague and consultant, Mary Kelly, offer 6 tips to manage stress.  Check them out on her website and post your experience too – thank you    

March 12, 2020

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2 Best Ways to Develop Your Strengths

Here’s a quick checklist on knowing your strengths and then the 2 best way to develop them – Let’s focus on yourself first: Do you know your best talents? Do you know what roles they fit the best? How did you discover that? Was it through trial and error? Did you get confirmation through a […]

March 11, 2020

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5 Primary Obstacles to Positive Accountability

A lack of positive accountability in personal and work relationships can be catastrophic for all involved. Want to know the 5 primary obstacles? This free infographic is a practical tool to understand the lack of accountability, the obstacles, the 4C’s of making accountability a regular part of honorable leadership. Check out it and post your […]

March 10, 2020

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New Group Training – Engage with Honor

Did you know for teams that are more engaged and understand their role and value, there is substantially less staff turnover. The new “Engage with Honor Group Training Guide” can help train your entire team by learning the Courageous Accountability Model. Learn more and download a free sample in the Leading with Honor Store – […]

March 9, 2020

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On This Day in Leadership History, March 8th

On this day in leadership history in 1953, a census bureau report indicated that 239,000 farmers had quit farming over the last 2 years. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders actively adjust and adapt to changes around them while maintaining an immovable foundation of character and integrity. You can do it!    

March 8, 2020

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Endorsement from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Special thanks to Dr. Kenneth Byrnes, Flight Department Chairman and Assistant Dean, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, for your kind words about the ‘Leading with Honor’ message – “Lee’s inspirational keynote speech was extremely impactful and relevant! His incredible story of courage, honor, and leadership captured the minds and hearts of everyone in attendance. Lee’s wisdom on […]

March 5, 2020

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Coaching Clip: How to Ride the Current of Your Strongest Talents

How can you or your team members avoid the pain of natural talents being mis-matched to the wrong job? Lee’s coaching this month focuses specifically on identifying natural talents with the right job and how you, as an honorable leader, can help others do the same. The outcome is fulfillment, performance, results, and better relationships […]

March 3, 2020

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Recent Leadership Forsyth Event

Special thank you to the leaders at Leadership Forsyth here in the Atlanta Metropolitan area for allowing me to share my training and experiences with them. So grateful for their desire to lead with honor!              

March 3, 2020

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Coaching Article: Jumpstart Your Leadership Talents – Find Your Strengths

By Lee Ellis You’re a very talented person. I hope you know that. But you’re not alone. Everyone has talents. The specific challenge is to discover them and then pursue and develop the ones that you’re passionate about using. In professional sports, teams spend a lot of time and money assessing the talents of candidates […]

March 2, 2020

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Save 30% on this brand new book!

Take your leadership team to the next level of unity, self-awareness and performance. Save 30% on Lee and Hugh’s brand new Leadership Behavior DNA book when you buy multiple copies! Download a free sample chapter first – visit our Online Store    

March 2, 2020

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On This Day in Leadership History, March 1st

On this day in leadership history in 1912, Captain Albert Berry made the first parachute jump from a moving airplane. What’s the leadership lesson? If you’re not a naturally daring leader, that’s okay but be sure and include someone with that natural talent to be on your team. Honorable leaders surround themselves with team members […]

March 1, 2020

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The Latest Book Recommendation – “Executive Toughness”

The Latest Book Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – Executive Toughness by Dr Jason Selk. People with inborn talent may be good at what they do–but only the mentally tough reach the highest plateaus in their field. And here’s the best news of all: mental toughness is something anyone can learn. Director of mental training for […]

February 27, 2020

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CEO Advice on a (Smarter) New Business Model, Closing Sales

Here’s a very practical and inspirational article from Lisa Jones, founder and chief executive officer of EyeMail, Inc., on ways that she was able to improve and refine her business to stay on that upward road to success. See what ideas that you can glean from her experience in the CEO Netweavers article below, and […]

February 25, 2020

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6 Behavioral Leadership Traits to Build Better Organizations

By Lee Ellis 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 […]

February 24, 2020

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Tomorrow is the day!

Join Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie for an upcoming, free webinar on February 25th @ 11am ET entitled “Discovering Natural Strengths and Struggles in Yourself and Others – An Interactive Interview”. Register Here and receive the post-event recording even if you can’t attend –    

February 24, 2020

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On This Day in Leadership History, February 23rd

On this day in leadership history in 1861, U.S. President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrived secretly in Washington to take his office after an assassination attempt in Baltimore. The final attempt on his life that resulted in his assassination occurred four years later. What’s the leadership lesson? If you’re going to pursue your purpose and do it […]

February 23, 2020

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What’s the first step in courageous leadership? See inside.

What’s the first step in Courageous Leadership? You must choose to clarify. Here’s a reminder to follow this sequential order if you’re wanting results in your leadership conversations. Do these steps every time and see what happens. The 4C’s were taken from Lee Ellis’ award-winning book, Engage with Honor – Purchase Your Copy    

February 20, 2020

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Quick Leadership Tip – Better Results in Your Conversations

Want more results in your conversations? Here’s a quick tip. The Platinum Rule says – ‘Do unto others as they would like to be done unto.’ It’s about accepting (and even celebrating) someone’s differences in the same way that we would like others to accept and celebrate ours. It’s easy to affirm someone’s strengths but […]

February 19, 2020

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Giving Back Recommendation – VVMF

Based in Washington, D.C., the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF) is the nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress in 1980 to build a national memorial dedicated to all who served with the U.S. armed forces in the Vietnam War. Leading with Honor supports this worthwhile organization.  Please learn more on the VVMF website.   […]

February 18, 2020

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Presidents Adams and Jefferson Leadership

Presidents Day and 3 Behavioral Points that We Can Learn

In honor of President’s Day, think about the presidents that you regard as great leaders. Regardless of their political persuasion, do historically successful presidential leaders have common natural talents and traits?  More specifically, let’s compare the behavioral traits of presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Both presidents were successful on many points. Here’s a brief […]

February 17, 2020

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