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Now’s the time to research your candidates for upcoming Fall elections. Leading with Honor offers free help in evaluating your candidates for public office. Download a copy of the non-partisan voter guide below, and please share!
Lee talks about leadership, courage, and practical ways to overcome challenges in his latest interview on TV network, Arise America. What is the best nugget that you got out of this interview? Please share your comments – Related Links: What’s your definition of a leader? How do you effectively confront and conquer doubts and fears […]
Question: “What is the importance of striving to not only lead, but to lead the right way?” Lee’s Answer: “I think it goes back to finding your purpose. I am not against making money and I am out here trying to do that, but it’s finding out what you are on this earth to do […]
What are your natural strengths and struggles as a leader? Self-awareness is the first step in becoming a better leader in your family or workplace. Take a few minutes to quiz yourself with the FREE ‘Leading with Honor’ Assessment from Lee Ellis. We guarantee that you’ll learn at least one new thing about yourself! Take […]
Today is John Quincy Adams, our 6th U.S. President’s birthday. What are the Best Presidential Leadership Traits? John Quincy Adams was also the son of our 2nd U.S. President, John Adams. Ever wonder what kind of leadership traits that it takes to be the president? Please read Lee Ellis’ article to find out! Click Here […]
Want less drama in your work as a leader? Hire some “invisible” people. A new book profiles ambitious professionals who find the most satisfaction in work that is critical to their organization’s success, but goes largely unnoticed by the public. Read about the “4 Traits of ‘Invisible’ People in Your Organization” and why they’re critical […]
Recently, Lee had a great conversation on a Webcast sponsored by the Profitability Revolution Paradigm, an organization dedicated to helping small business owners grow and develop. There are so many great points in this segment on the principles of honorable leadership, and it’s our honor to share it with you. Please share it with someone […]
(Note: this editorial was originally posted in the July 4th edition of the San Diego Union – click this link to view the original article.) During this important season of celebrating our nation’s independence, think about the many courageous stories throughout history that contributed to the freedoms that we enjoy today. They serve as our collective […]
Investors Business Daily editor, Bucky Fox, shares his in-depth article about POW leader and hero, Gen. Robbie Risner (1/16/1925-10/22/2013). Lee and others share their thoughts and overall impact that this leader and man had on their lives as Vietnam POWs and beyond. Please read about this important page in history – Click Here Also, please […]
Emotional fluctuations we experience in intimate relationships can often take similar form in the workplace. Criticisms are communicated as personal attacks, rather than concerns to be addressed. Daily irritations fuel disgust, sarcasm, and contempt. These situations result in defensiveness, dodging of responsibility, and a passive resistance that comes from feeling unfairly treated. Harry Levinson, a […]
All leaders are faced with difficult decisions on a regular basis. As a leader, what are your filters for making the right decision? Lee Ellis was a guest this week on The John Fredericks Radio Show where he shares his balanced perspective on the President’s decisions regarding military support in Iraq, the Bowe Bergdahl POW […]
Author Blogger, Ruth Soukop, shares her 5 things to do every single day to live with intentionality and purpose. There is much to learn from those who have blazed the trail before us. In short, the 5 things are: Work Hard Step Up Don’t Waste Love Well Think Bigger Click to read the entire article, […]
Lee Ellis receives the following question regularly – Question: “Sometimes, what you don’t see, know, or do can hurt you in the workplace and hamper your career prospects. What are some ‘career blindspots’ that can potentially lead to blindsiding and career injuries?” Answer: As you know, many times it comes from just being an unhealthy […]
“I’m stronger because I had to be, I’m smarter because of my mistakes, happier because of the sadness that I’ve known, and now wiser because I have learned.” – Unknown
Lee Ellis shares his in-depth, personal comments on the Brian Oxman Show regarding his first return visit to Vietnam, the analysis of the Bowe Bergdahl POW swap, and more. Brian is a former LA defense attorney and has practiced law for more than 30 years. He was a Professor of Law at Irvine University School […]
In dramatic detail, Lee shares how his POW story begins with his shoot down and capture over enemy territory. If you’ve never heard Lee describe these first moments, watch and share – Learn More about Lee’s story and leadership lesson learned at www.LeadingWithHonor.com.
Lee appeared on CNN again last Saturday to discuss more about the ongoing behavioral effects of stress related to Bowe Bergdahl (or anyone who has experienced a life-changing event). How does someone effectively manage long-term stress? Watch this interview, and share it with others – Learn More about Lee’s POW Story and Leadership Lessons Learned […]
The most effective leadership is to achieve the mission (get results) and take care of the people (build relationships). But the reality is that most people are naturally equipped to do only one of these well. In this online webinar session sponsored by HR.com, Lee will review eight categories (factors) of natural behavior and see […]
Lee often talks about fears keeping us from reaching our full potential as leaders. As many of you know, he understands fear firsthand based on his Vietnam POW experience. Recently, Federal News Radio provided a great written article and audio interview on Lee’s perspective on today’s leadership challenges and how many leaders are choosing to […]