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Leadership Awareness is a Wonderful Thing

There’s no better way to get better leadership awareness and understanding than with this new package combining two of our products, the award-winning Leadership Behavior DNA book and the personalized Leadership Behavior DNA report. Save 20% when you purchase when buy both products together – Purchase in the Online Store        

Today in Leadership History for November 8th

On this day in leadership history in 1956, after turning down 18,000 names, the Ford Motor Company decided to name their new car the “Edsel,” after Henry Ford’s only son. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders know to always connect purpose and meaning in their work with their colleagues and teams. Rally everyone together in […]

Coaching Clip – How to Balance Humble Confidence as a Leader

In this segment of leadership coaching from Lee Ellis, he shares the important leadership principle of finding the humble confidence balance as an honorable leader. When we learn and apply this foundational leadership attribute, our opportunity for long-term success grows.  Want to go deeper on this topic? Get Lee’s book, Leading with Honor: Leadership Lessons […]

Yellow Ribbon Program

Giving Back Spotlight – see inside

Leading with Honor is proud to give our time, attention and support to the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program. Their mission is to assist, collaborate, and partner with Services, and agencies at the lowest level possible in order to provide Service members, Veterans, and Family members with informational events and activities, referrals, and proactive outreach services […]

Celebrating Voting Today!

Leading with Honor is celebrating our freedom to cast our votes as citizens today! Leaders go first, so remember to exercise your right today. Also, download our free, non-partisan Voter Evaluation Guide      

Today in Leadership History for November 1st

On this day in leadership history in 1512, Michelangelo’s paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel were first exhibited to the public. What’s the leadership lesson? As an honorable leader, how much pride and excitement can you and your team generate when it’s time to unveil your most proud and passionate accomplishments? Lead the […]

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, October 30, 2020

“Clarity of purpose sharpens focus, lifts confidence, and promotes fulfillment. Unfortunately, many people are not living on purpose. Either they don’t know how to uncover their purpose, or they lack the motivation to search for it. No wonder they lack energy and zeal.” – Lee Ellis        

Endorsement – Rotary Club of Austin

Thank you Tarby Bryant, Program Chair for the Rotary Club of Austin and Chairman and CEO, Sweetwater Capital Corporation, for your kind words about the Leading with Honor message – “Lee’s presentation to the Rotary Club of Austin was exceptional in content, delivery and his application of lessons learned as a POW to life today […]

Video – Living and Leading with Courage

In this leadership coaching clip from earlier this year, Lee reminds and encourages us on the topic of courage. For many of us, the year 2020 has required more courage than we’ve ever needed. And his definition of courage may surprise you. Please watch and be inspired by his message: The Primer for Courage In […]

Building a Happy Leadership Culture – It’s Possible!

by Lee Ellis “I came to see, in my decade at IBM, that culture isn’t just one aspect of the game—it is the game.” – Lou Gerstner, Chairman, and CEO IBM 1993 – 2002 [Tweet This] Think of the organizations that have strong connections with you—more than great service or products, you have a strong, […]

The Complete Leadership Behavior Package – Save 20%

NEW! We’ve combined two of our products, the award-winning Leadership Behavior DNA book and the personalized Leadership Behavior DNA report, to help you better understand leadership and human behavior. Save 20% when you purchase when buy both products together – Purchase in the Online Store        

Today in Leadership History for October 25th

On this day in leadership history in 2000, AT&T Corp. announced that it would restructure into a family of four separately traded companies (consumer, business, broadband and wireless). What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders know how to keep their core purpose and values intact while growing, changing, and adapting their work and organizations to be […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Courage”

In Courage, Gus Lee captures the essential component of leadership in measurable behaviors. Using actual stories from Whirlpool, Kaiser Permanente, IntegWare, WorldCom and other organizations, Lee shows how highly successful executives face and overcome their fears to develop moral intelligence.  These real-world examples offer practical lessons for rooting out unethical practices and behaviors by Assessing them […]

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How Free are You as a Leader? Here’s the Checklist

Over 30 ways to lead with more freedom! Leadership freedom is about knowing yourself and being authentic—shedding away layers of protection that keep you from growing. The free checklist infographic below has been downloaded by thousands of people wanting to assess where they are in being an honorable leader.  See where you stand… Review the […]

Leading with Honor FAQ – Civic Duty

Leading with Honor Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) – “What is my civic duty regarding accountability with public servants/government?” Lee’s Answer – “Get involved; actively communicate with your representatives in government. Let them know what you think. Most important, be sure to vote. I’m amazed at the number of people who don’t vote—that’s not good—elections have […]

The Primer for Honorable Leadership

In this powerful and practical award-winning book, Lee Ellis, a former Air Force pilot, candidly talks about his five and a half years of captivity and the 14 key leadership principles behind this amazing story. As a successful executive coach and corporate consultant, he helps leaders of Fortune 500 companies, healthcare executives, small business owners, […]

Today in Leadership History for October 18th

On this day in leadership history in 1943, the first broadcast of “Perry Mason” was presented on CBS Radio. The show went to TV in 1957. What’s the leadership lesson? Unlike Perry Mason, it’s highly unrealistic for honorable leaders to assume that they’ll win every time. Truth and character are more important. Perry Mason – […]