Happy Independence Day from Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor! Also, check out Lee Ellis’ article – “3 Ways to Lead in Preserving Our Independence”
What an honor to attend the premiere of the Lance Sijan documentary film this week along with several hundred guests, who all shared a special connection with Lance. Many in the audience traveled from across the country to see the film, and for the opportunity to trade their personal memories with others about the young […]
Wow—so grateful for comments like this one from President of Georgia Farm Bureau, Gerald Long, regarding Leading with Honor Training Development – “Our executive team experienced significant growth in this training, resulting in a new level of trust and communications that exceeded our expectations. I’m thrilled to say we have become a more cohesive team […]
Leading with Honor is helping announce this important new documentary about my friend and Medal of Honor recipient, Lance Sijan (1942-1968). It’s entitled “Sijan: A Quest for Freedom” – please watch the trailer below and learn more about his enduring life and accomplishments. #NeverForget Lance P. Sijan – Website
In a recent article, Lee said, “I’ve found that learning about the sacrifices, suffering, and successes of others equip readers in areas of strategy, tactics, and proven principles that work.” Over the course of several years, Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor have compiled a recommended reading list of leadership books. Check out the list […]
Today is Flag Day – Let your colors fly today in the land of the free and home of the brave!
Join Lee as he speaks at the Fifth Annual Warrior Community Integration Symposium, an industry-leading event that brings together hundreds of veteran-serving professionals from across the nation to connect with new resources, educate on trends and solutions using best practices, advocate effectively, and collaborate for future partnerships. Register on their website. Learn More about the […]
So grateful for comments like this one from Dr John F Zauner, Executive Director, GSSA (Georgia School Superintendents Association) on my recent visit with them and their annual conference – “By observing the crowd, they seemed to be very engaged in the content of your message, and the brisk sale of your books indicates to […]
Such an honor to share with the 400+ men and women at Shaw Air Force Base on leadership lessons from the POW camps. Grateful for these leaders that strive to lead with honor! Check out the news story.
Was Senator John McCain a “songbird” in the Vietnam POW camps? One fellow senator gave accusations that Senator was a collaborator with the enemy. Lee Ellis gives his stern response to these accusations in this May 11th interview with HLN’s Carol Costello – please watch the clip below.
Announcing the new Leading with Honor Online Store! Updated and better than ever, please visit the Store to see all of the product and services available from Lee Ellis. Savings packages available up to 40% off!
Do you live near the Midland, VA area? Her Majesty’s Secret Service cordially invites you to experience an extraordinary Luxe Jet Set evening at the inaugural 007 Jets & Cars Hangar Event on May 19th, 2018! Celebrate Armed Forces Day with Lee Ellis and socialize with members of the Washington Redskins, community leaders, and nefarious […]
Where is Lee speaking or signing books? Is he coming to your area? Check out the Leading with Honor Events Calendar and join us! And if you want to learn more about having Lee as a keynote presenter, visit the Speaking area. Thank you
Thank you Jerry Golden, Chief Administrative Officer at the Coastal Neurological Institute, P.C. for your kind words about Lee and the Leading with Honor – it was an honor to serve you and your organization – “Col Ellis spoke/taught at our state conference for the Alabama Medical Group Managers Association, and the response from our […]
This is sunset at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. Shown are the Taj Mahal and the American flag, symbols of this famous base from the 1930s. It was the West Point of the air in World War II, and it’s where I did much of my flying. Always like to go back to this historical […]
Have you ever visited the Lewis Energy Private Museum of World War II airplanes in San Antonio? This is the P-39 Airacobra, the first airplane that I experienced as a 5-year old child. This plane was my first memory of becoming interested in flying when I saw it in person. Fun Fact: it’s the only […]
Last week, I was at Randolph Air Force Base on March 22 and 23 for a Freedom Flyers Reunion. Freedom Flyers are comprised of U.S. Air Force POWs who returned to flying status and requalified in 1973-1974. I was fortunate to be among that group, and my call sign was Freedom 34. This year, we […]
Trusting to hire someone else for your organization can be risky, but hiring a CSP (Certified Speaking Professionals) gives you more security and confidence. What is a CSP and why do only 1.5% of speakers worldwide have this designation? Please check out this link on our website. Learn more about Lee Ellis keynote speaking. […]
Very grateful for endorsements like this one from James Ward @ NAVAIR Leadership Development Programs Office, about the Leading with Honor message – “One of the Naval Air Systems Command Leadership Development Program’s keystone events is our leadership speaker series where we invite leaders with vast experience into the classroom to speak to our mid-to-senior […]