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3 Traits Leaders Need to Shape a High-Performance Culture

As a leader, would you like to create or work in a successful, high-performance culture? Here are 3 Traits Leaders Need to Shape a High-Performance Culture. One trait that article mentions is the need to crave data to explain the underlying beliefs and assumptions of the internal team, clients, and customers (If it’s working, why? […]

October 15, 2013

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FAQ – “Is leadership something inborn or developed? If not, how do you develop leaders?” Read the Answer and Share Your Opinion

“Is leadership something inborn or developed? If not, how do you develop leaders?” This is a question that Lee is frequently asked. Do you agree? Any additional insight from your experience? Lee’s Answer: “Every person has some inborn characteristics for good leadership, but not every person is inclined to want to lead.  Some people are […]

October 14, 2013

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Early Leadership Survey Results – Over 80% Believe This Fact – See Enclosed

When comparing industry sectors of Business, Government/Politics, Military, Healthcare, and Education, over 80% of survey respondents say that Government/Politics needs the most work in cultivating competent, honorable leaders. Is that a surprise to anyone? Take our State of Leadership Survey and share your voice on key leadership issues – thank you!

October 10, 2013

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The Key to Breaking a Stalemate in Life and Business – Listen Now

Author and leadership development consultant, Lee Ellis, had a great conversation yesterday on The Mike Huckabee Show. In it, Lee says that the missing leadership piece with the government shutdown (or any leadership situation where a stalemate occurs) is courage. It takes courage for any leader to get in there and find a solution rather […]

October 8, 2013

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Challenge the Process without Blowing Up

Who has ever had this challenge? You’re in a meeting, and you believe a key decision is going in the wrong direction. How do you effectively challenge the process or decision without blowing up and making it an emotional scene? Great article below—click the link and share your thoughts or experience.

October 7, 2013

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What’s the Root Issue of the Government Shutdown? Notes from the Cliff

(Editor’s Note: Back in January 2013, Lee posted this article when our government was discussing the possibility of a shutdown. Here we are a few months later, and now the possibility has become a reality. Lee addresses an important root issue that affects all of us whether we work in our nation’s capitol, own our […]

October 7, 2013

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5 Steps to Help Obama (or Any Leader) Regain Leadership Confidence

Original OpEd Published by Regardless of your personal vote and support of Barack Obama and his policies, he is our President and Commander in Chief. He sets our foreign policy for the most part and commands our military. Certainly, there are no simple or easy solutions to dealing with whoever is responsible for the […]

September 30, 2013

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Authentic Leadership

by Phil Eastman (Editor’s Note: From time to time, we want to feature blog articles from other authors that highlight a particular issue related to leadership and personal development.) I was once told that the secret to any book’s success is its title. Unfortunately a book title does not always properly portray what is inside. […]

September 20, 2013

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Company Culture Shapes the Way Your Business Operates

By Caitlin Florence (Editor’s Note: From time to time, we want to feature blog articles from other authors that highlight a particular issue related to leadership and personal development.) Company culture and vulnerability were discussed in-depth at this year’s Inc. Leadership Forum. Here are some conference takeaways from Caitlin Florance, Marketing Partnership Manager for Hiscox […]

September 12, 2013

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Lee Answers this Life and Leadership Question – “If I had the choice whether to get shot down in Vietnam and be a POW, what would you choose?” Hear His Answer in This Interview

Lee was honored to be a recent guest on Anything is Possible radio. The host, Jack Krasula, has also featured guests such as Roger Staubach, John McCain, Lou Holtz, and others. In the long-form interview, Lee shares more in-depth details about life, and clear advice on finding your passion and purpose as a leader. What […]

September 11, 2013

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We Need Your Opinion on the State of Leadership – 2-Minute Survey

Hello! Would you take 2 minutes and answer a short survey? Lee Ellis’ organization, Leadership Freedom LLC, would like to have your valued opinion and comments on the current state of leadership in our nation. The results will be used in future meetings, events, and communication to reinforce the need for honorable leadership in our […]

September 10, 2013

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Results vs. Relationships – Finding Your Balance on the Leadership Seesaw

by Lee Ellis As a child, riding a seesaw was fun, wasn’t it? Well, except when you didn’t have equal weight on both sides—then it was just out of balance and someone got stuck in mid-air. That bears the question—is your leadership out of balance?  Most likely it is because statistically, more than 85% of […]

September 4, 2013

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Celebrating Labor Day – 3 Tips for Working Leaders

During this Labor Day week, Lee shared his thoughts on the holiday and leadership with Andrea Tantaros, political analyst and commentator and co-host on The Fox New Channel’s “The Five”. On her radio show, she and Lee talk about leadership lessons learned in life as well as the POW camps of Vietnam where Lee spent […]

September 3, 2013

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Acceptance speech by actor Ashton Kutcher — Hear his Surprising Message

Regardless of your perception of actor Ashton Kutcher, we had to share his recent speech at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards regarding his perspective on life and work. You may be surprised. What part of his message makes you want to cheer? Related Articles: Leaders Dig Deep and Treasure Their Trials: A How-To Article “What […]

August 19, 2013

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How to Be a Thought Leader–It’s Easier Than You Think

By Dorothy Crenshaw Becoming a thought leader—everyone’s always talking about it, but who’s really doing it? It’s a cliché in PR and marketing circles. We tend to promise clients we can help make them a thought leader, pepper our proposals with the term, and invoke “thought capital” to differentiate corporations and their most marketable attributes. […]

August 15, 2013

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