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FAQ Leading with Honor FAQ

Leading with Honor FAQ on Civic Duty

Leading with Honor FAQ – What is my civic duty regarding accountability with public servants/government? Lee Ellis’ Answer – Get involved; actively communicate with your representatives in government. Let them […]

FAQ on Team Member Not Fitting In

Leading with Honor FAQ – “What do you do when you get new people on your team and they don’t fit in?” Lee Ellis’ Answer – “This is a good […]

FAQ on Leadership Nerve and Risk

Leading with Honor FAQ – “Courage is cited by the English author and management specialist, Simon Sinek, as the main requirement for inspired leadership. According to him, to lead is […]

An FAQ on Team Accountability

This FAQ came up again recently, so let’s review – “My boss doesn’t support my desire to establish accountability with my team. What do I do?” Lee’s Answer – “This […]

An FAQ on Accountability at Home

Leading with Honor FAQ – “How can accountability principles that you use for training be adapted into my personal life (family, wife, and children)?”   Lee’s Answer – “Very much […]

Leading with Honor FAQ on Negative Gossip

Leading with Honor FAQ – “What should I do if I have a peer that is gossiping or talking negatively about another teammate?” Lee Ellis’ Answer – “Don’t join them—either […]

Leading with Honor FAQ – Civic Duty

Leading with Honor Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) – “What is my civic duty regarding accountability with public servants/government?” Lee’s Answer – “Get involved; actively communicate with your representatives in government. […]

An FAQ on Modern Day Courage

A Leading with Honor FAQ – “In your book Engage with Honor, you highlight values such as character and courage. Please expand on the importance of these principles for modern-day […]

FAQ on teaching children about honor

A Frequently Asked Question from Leading with Honor – “How can I raise my children to be honorable when the culture seems to be going the opposite direction?” Lee’s Answer […]

Lee Ellis FAQ – Lessons Learned?

A Leading with Honor Frequently Asked Question – “During the Vietnam War, after 53 missions in enemy territory, your plane was hit. You managed to parachute to safety but landed […]

An FAQ on Leadership Self-Awareness

A ‘Leading with Honor’ FAQ – “In recent interviews, you highlighted the importance of self-awareness and the capacity to overcome obstacles as a basis for personal development. Please explain why.” […]

An FAQ on leader focus for success

A ‘Leading with Honor’ FAQ – “Besides the foundations of character, courage, and commitment in leadership, what else should successful leaders be thinking about?” Lee Ellis’ Answer – “You can’t […]

FAQ – Accountability Principles at Home

A Leading with Honor FAQ – “How can accountability principles that you use for training be adapted into my personal life (family, spouse, and children)?” Lee’s Answer – “Very much […]