Recently, Lee was a guest on My Fox 9 program, Chasing New Jersey, as they discussed recent issues related to Senator Chris Christie’s leadership. Watch Lee’s reaction and commentary from a leadership development perspective, and share your thoughts on this topic. As we all look inward, what can we learn from this situation as leaders? […]
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S. Lewis
Editor’s Note: Lee talks frequently about the critical need for balancing results vs. relationships in both life and work. Here are good tips that we wanted to share about nurturing those relationships in your sphere of influence.
Within the lens of your day-to-day leadership, do you agree with these trends? And, how do they affect your world? Please share your comments –
Editor’s Note: This blog article supports one of Lee’s primary leadership lessons learned — you must balance mission (getting results) and people (nurturing relationships). Regardless of your natural bent as a leader, strategic leaders learn to balance and embrace both as important.
Great leadership article from “The Leadership Freak” on dealing with your doubts as a leader, and how to positively use doubt as a skill rather than a weakness. Read, and let us know what you think –
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? […]
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.
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 […]
Read Lee’s bold editorial on TheHill.com as he encourages leaders in Washington D.C. to be courageous leaders. Do you believe it’s possible for courageous leaders to emerge out of the mire of our political system? What does it take, and who’s doing it well? Click to Read Here And if you believe that this is […]
Extremely grateful for people like Tim who invested time, energy, leadership, and thoughtfulness to raise awareness. Anyone–regardless of age–can make an impact in their sphere of influence.
Louis Dillard, President & CEO of Zero to Infinity, recently shared that ‘Leading with Honor’ has been the book that has most impacted his leadership ability. What a humbling honor! He has shares his personal story of dreaming, doing the right kind of marketing in business, and his personal style of leadership in his company, […]
We need your help! The topic of accountability is consistently one of the most popular topics that Lee is asked in his travel and speaking. So, he’s currently writing his next book on this topic. We’d like to feature your accountability question in this book, so please send us your questions. Do you want to […]
Great advice on how leaders and visionaries can use technology to get ahead and focus on the future.
In this latest video interview, Lee talks about the ways that he stayed mentally and physically fit while in the POW camps. It is so important to stay mentally sharp in every phase of life, and this clip is a motivating reminder! What do you do to stay mentally and physically sharp? Please share […]
Found a great article from Michael Josephson on “Moral Courage—The Engine of Integrity”. So often, why is job competence given a higher priority in leaders and staff than foundational, moral character and integrity? A quote from the article says – “It takes moral courage to be honest at the risk of ridicule, rejection, or retaliation, […]
Here’s another Book Recommendation from leadership consultant, Lee Ellis’, Bookshelf – “The Six Fundamentals of Success” by Stuart R. Levine. One description of this book says – “Everyone has his or her own style at work. But if you look at the people who are successful, you’ll see similarities. They always do the most important […]
One third of the population has a “Dominant” personality. I happen to be one of them and many of my friends and clients are also. We have high confidence in our opinions which like most strengths can be good or bad – strengths taken too far usually become struggles. A deviant and devious, version of […]
Whether evaluating your personal leadership qualities or deciding what type of leader you want to serve in your work (or cast your vote for public office in a few weeks), Lee’s article, published by the American Management Association, provides a great summary of a true leader’s characteristics. Read it here. One of the best statements […]
There are many situations in which it’s wise to take the easy path. After all, why should we waste time and energy doing things the hard way? Clearly, compressed-air nail guns and modern washer/dryers are far more efficient than the toilsome methods of earlier generations. But when it comes to issues of character and integrity, […]