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Leadership History Lesson for September 5th

On this day in leadership history in 1882, the first U.S. Labor Day parade was held in New York City. What’s the leadership lesson? Celebration is required for worthy things and accomplishments. Try and publicly recognize and celebrate one person over this Labor Day holiday. Labor Day – Wikipedia          

September 5, 2021

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Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, September 3, 2021

“I’ve made the points that leaders under pressure must keep themselves absolutely clean morally (the relativism of the social sciences will never do). They must lead by example, must be able to implant high-mindedness in their followers, must have competence beyond status, and must have earned their followers’ respect by demonstrating integrity.” — Admiral James […]

September 3, 2021

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Giving Back – Yellow Ribbon Program

‘Leading with Honor’ is proud to give our time, attention and support to the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program. Their mission is to assist, collaborate, and partner with Services, and agencies at the lowest level possible in order to provide Service members, Veterans, and Family members with informational events and activities, referrals, and proactive outreach services […]

September 2, 2021

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4 Quick Steps to Building Courage

The courageous formula that I advise clients to use is simple but not easy. Do you need to get some traction and create some courage to move forward? Here are the four points: Believe. You must believe that your decision is the right thing to do and that you can do it. Believe in yourself, […]

September 1, 2021

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Endorsement from Burnt Hickory Baptist Church

Recently, Lee spoke in the Atlanta area during the Independence Day holiday at Burnt Hickory Baptist Church. We’re grateful for these words from Executive Pastor, Marty Godfrey – “Lee’s message brought tears to those who remember those difficult days [during the Vietnam War], and enlightenment to those too young to remember, as they see the […]

August 31, 2021

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Leadership History Lesson for August 29th

On this day in leadership history in 1936, John McCain was born. He was a fellow prisoner of war in Vietnam from October 1967-1973, U.S. Senater from Arizona, U.S. Presidential nominee, and my friend. Thank you, John for your leadership, service and love for our nation.   John McCain – Wikipedia         […]

August 29, 2021

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Coaching Article – 4 Points to Help All Personality Types Create Courage

You’ve had that feeling for a while, and it’s not going away. The daily battle to stay engaged and productive is wearing on you. It’s time for a change, and you’re either reluctant to move forward or don’t know how. Courage is needed, and your mind drifts to those traditional heroic figures in movies such […]

August 23, 2021

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Best Training Tips for Your Remote Employees

Great advice from friend and colleague, Mary Kelly, on the “Best Training Tips for Your Remote Employees“. The continued push for flexible working hours and locations continues to expand and can be challenging for leaders who want to keep top talent, provide “working from home” opportunities, and stay productive. Please read on her website, and […]

August 23, 2021

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Leadership History Lesson for August 22nd

On this day in leadership history in 1973, Henry Kissinger was named Secretary of State by U.S. President Nixon. Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize in the same year. What’s the leadership lesson? What are the current gaps and/or needs on your team? Honorable leaders understand the various types of team members that are needed […]

August 22, 2021

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