Through Leading with Honor’s years of experience in consulting and training, we have steadily developed several tools that we offer all leaders at no cost. Depending on the event, we use these tools everyday in coaching, training, and consulting to help leaders grow and develop other leaders.
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The Honor Code is a complimentary digital resource displaying the 7 core behaviors of honorable leadership. Click to download your FREE copy.
This FREE, one-page report gives you a broad snapshot about your individual leadership style on getting results, developing relationships, and your communication style as a leader.
Leading with Honor Monthly Coaching is a complimentary video clip on a relevant leadership topic provided by Lee Ellis in your email inbox. Join the thousands of leaders that already receive this resource.
This small pocket card is an invaluable tools to help you engage as a courageous leader. Designed to provide the best leadership perspective in stressful or challenging situations, it shows the Leadership Engagement Model that is used in client training and coaching. Printed cards are also available for purchase in our Online Store.
After surveying hundreds of leaders about President Abraham Lincoln’s leadership ability to achieve great results amidst unbearably difficult circumstances, there were some tangible leadership attributes that rose to the top in Lee’s research.
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Where are you on your leadership journey? Review this 28-point checklist below to identify areas that still need growth.
This infographic is a practical tool to understand the lack of accountability, the obstacles, the 4C’s of making accountability a regular part of honorable leadership.
What are the critical points of resilience that are needed during challenging times to conquer and emerge with victory? Use this checklist to decide which of these areas need work.
This tool helps you find your natural leadership tilt between results and relationships, and then you’ll discover how to better balance your behavior to become a more honorable, successful leader.