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Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, June 26, 2020

“Situational awareness requires outward focus, listening, observing, and consideration of the dynamics of the situation as well as an inward awareness to manage ourselves to be the most effective.” – Lee Ellis      

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, June 5, 2020

“It’s important to remember that quick decisions mean nothing if a leader can’t thoughtfully communicate his or her plan in a way that energizes others.” – Lee Ellis Read the entire article on this topic – “2 Ways Honorable Leaders Can Adapt Quickly”      

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, May 22, 2020

We’re remembering Phyllis George (1949-2020) this week and her impact on pioneering women in leadership. She had this to say about learning our unique core identity as individuals – “Saying yes to yourself opens up opportunities that can take you anywhere. Having a mentor in your life who says yes to you is also key. […]

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Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, May 1, 2020

“We can’t all be good at everything. This is partly the logic behind having a team in the first place, so each role can be filled with the person best suited for that role and together, every job and every strength is covered.” – Simon Sinek        

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, April 10, 2020

“Genuine, secure leaders are willing to vet their ideas and listen to feedback from others before stepping out in a new direction.” – Lee Ellis Read the entire article associated with this quote – “4 Courageous Leadership Principles for Difficult Times”      

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, March 13, 2020

“When people focus on their natural strengths in work, they’re jumpstarting their potential to be among the best in their field.” – Lee Ellis Lee’s new book, Leadership Behavior DNA, helps your pinpoint your specifics for work and leadership – purchase your copy