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Training Day – Air Force Personnel Center

What a fantastic training event this week with the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) Talent Division. Their team shared their unique Leadership Behavior DNA talents with the group and learned how they were similar and different from each other. This photo was taken in Freedom Hall where photos are posted of former POWs taking their […]

September 1, 2022

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Join Lee in January 2023 for this cruise event!

There’s still time to join Lee in January 2023 for this cruise event! “A Quantum of Panama, where spies and heroes celebrate.” An 11-Night Ultimate Caribbean & the Americas cruise to Cayman Islands, Columbia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Mexico, aboard the Celebrity Constellation, departing January 23rd, 2023, round trip from Tampa, FL, a behind the […]

September 1, 2022

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Article – Behaviorally Diverse Teams and the Triple Bottom Line

Excellent article from DNA Behavior Managing Director, Leon Morales on “Behaviorally Diverse Teams and the Triple Bottom Line”. Collectively we are learning to adjust to a new post-pandemic normal, whether we like it or not. Leadership can be forgiven for not knowing where to go next. They have had as big a wake-up call, if […]

September 1, 2022

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How Free are You as a Leader? Here’s the Checklist

Over 30 ways to lead with more freedom! Leadership freedom is about knowing yourself and being authentic—shedding away layers of protection that keep you from growing. The free checklist infographic below has been downloaded by thousands of people wanting to assess where they are in being an honorable leader.  See where you stand… Check Out […]

August 30, 2022

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Leadership History Lesson for August 28th

On this day in leadership history in 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his “I Have a Dream” speech at a civil rights rally in Washington, DC. More than 200,000 people attended. Mahalia Jackson prompted Dr. King to improvise his speech rather read word-for-word. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders know to ask for […]

August 28, 2022

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Navigating Change as Leaders with Deirdra Glover

In this excellent presentation, Deirdra D. Glover of Conserte speaks about how to navigate change as leaders and how to guide employees and teams effectively through this process too. She began her career with a decade in leadership at Kelly Services before joining North Highland, a global management consulting firm in Atlanta. In 2015 she […]

August 25, 2022

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Latest Leadership Book Recommendation – “The Crucible of Leadership”

The Latest Leadership Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Crucibles of Leadership: How to Learn from Experience to Become a Great Leader” by Robert J. Thomas. Experience may be a leader’s best teacher–but there’s a hitch. Two people can have identical experiences, but one blossoms while the other is depleted. The same can be said for […]

August 23, 2022

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Leadership History Lesson for August 21st

On this day in leadership history in 1984, Victoria Roche, a reserve outfielder, became the first girl to ever compete in a Little League World Series game. What’s the leadership lesson? Victoria became the first because she likely recognized her natural talents in the sport, she was passionate about what she did, and she achieved […]

August 21, 2022

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