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Quick Advice on Trusting Your Leadership Gut

Intuition is about listening to your subconscious mind (gut instincts) to pull forward information and feelings that you’ve accumulated over a lifetime. Warriors have to rely on instinct, using every possible sense from outside and every stirring from inside to stay alive. Emotional memory is probably the strongest memory that we have, and it’s also […]

Coaching Blog – Balancing Rational vs Intuitive Leadership Decision-Making

(A Note from the Editor: The internal landscape of the workplace continues to shift and change, as teams are doing more with less people which also threatens work/life balance and/or burnout, new leaders being placed in leadership positions early without the necessary training and mentorship to succeed, and organizations are working to retain their people […]

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 […]

4 Tactics to Conquer Fears and Doubts

Beyond the obvious, fear is often at the root of emotions like anger, shame, guilt, and pride (false pride or hubris). It termites our self-confidence and torpedoes our personal and professional relationships, further undermining our success and goals. These tactics might be just what is needed to help take your fearful thoughts and actions captive […]

Coaching Clip – How to Manage Doubts and Fears in a Volatile Season

Rather than being swayed back and forth by your emotions and reacting to situations, how can honorable leaders develop techniques to manage doubts and fears when they come? In this month’s brief coaching clip, Lee shares his experience and expertise to develop wisdom and courage. Also, read the companion coaching article on this topic – […]

Coaching Blog – Managing Leadership Fears and Doubts

(A Note from Lee: The internal landscape of the workplace continues to shift and change, as teams are doing more with fewer people, which also threatens work/life balance and/or burnout, new leaders being placed in leadership positions early without the necessary training and mentorship to succeed, and organizations are working to retain their people talent […]

New Interview – Decision Vision Podcast

Check out Lee’s new interview on the Decision Vision podcast where he and Mike talked about his POW experience, the code of honor he adheres to that guided his actions, how resistance looks in business, the role of resistance in effective leadership, ethical considerations, and much more.      

4 Quick Ways to Build Leadership Courage in Tough Times

The internal landscape of the workplace continues to shift and change, as teams are doing more with fewer people. This also threatens work/life balance and/or burnout, new leaders being placed in leadership positions early without the necessary training and mentorship to succeed, and organizations working to retain their people talent during the “Great Resignation”. How […]

Coaching Clip – How Leaders Can Employ Courage and Ethics Together

In this segment of leadership coaching, Lee Ellis shares his commentary on the recent Ernst and Young cheating scandal and how to guard our character as honorable leaders. Please watch this brief coaching clip. Also, read the companion coaching article on this topic – “4 Ways to Manage Work Volatility with Courage”   Use This […]

Coaching Blog – 4 Ways to Manage Work Volatility with Courage

(A Note from Lee: The internal landscape of the workplace continues to shift and change, as teams are doing more with fewer people. This also threatens work/life balance and/or burnout, new leaders being placed in leadership positions early without the necessary training and mentorship to succeed, and organizations working to retain their people talent during […]

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 situation is somewhat similar to the question above and like so many manager/employee issues—much hinges on the trust that comes from (1) relationship capital and […]

5 Pieces of Advice for Next Gen Leaders

In this season of graduations and transitions from high school to college to adult life, I’ve reflected on what I’d tell my younger self. Here they are –   Know yourself. Identify your natural behavioral talents and strengths for work and nurture them. Also, understand your struggles and learn how to manage them so that […]

Coaching Clip – Career Strategy Soft Skills that Make a Big Impact

In this segment of leadership coaching, Lee Ellis shares his personal and professional experience in career strategy that works in all phases of career development. Whether you’re just beginning your career or are a seasoned veteran in the workforce, understanding these four areas can put you ahead of the rest by leading with honor. Please […]

Coaching Blog – Leading my Younger Self: What I’d Tell You Now

Had I known then what I know now. How many seasoned, experienced leaders have said these words? Could you have avoided any mistakes? Could you be further along in your career, influence, and accomplishments? Most of us would likely conclude that the mistakes and missed opportunities have made us who we are today, but the […]

5 Quick Tips to Know Yourself Better

After many years of coaching and training thousands of people, we know that freedom to know yourself and fulfill your purpose is a significant issue. We can all benefit from gaining the self-awareness to see ourselves objectively. The vulnerability is that if I get to know myself, I’ll have to face the challenge that I’m […]

Coaching Clip – How to Eliminate Meeting Room Intimidation

In this segment of leadership coaching, Lee Ellis talks with Tom Crawford, CEO and President of Crawford Corporate Coaching. As a CEO in several organizations since 1984, Tom has a wealth of experience and insight that he uses in his consulting practice. In this interview, he shares some of that valuable experience. Please watch this […]