People leave managers, not companies. We’ve known this for a while and yet we can’t seem to solve the leadership crisis that will result in happy, engaged, and motivated workers. This inc.com article gives seven brutal truths about leadership: The brutal truth that good leaders will first pump the fear out of the room. The […]
You’re invited to join Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie for an upcoming, free webinar on January 28th @ 11am ET entitled “The Competitive Advantage of Managing Behavioral Differences” – An Interactive Interview You may have some awareness of the unique differences in people, but do you know how to harness and manage these differences to […]
Fill-in-the-Blank – “One way that I’ve found to get along with an opposite personality is to ____________________.” Please post your answer below – thank you!
Imagine being able to see where you and your team members score on each of these behavior factors and traits? You would understand each other more completely. Re-organizing and Re-assembly of your team structure may occur. Productivity and performance increases. People are happier and more fulfilled. Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie do this type of […]
On this day in leadership history in 2006, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft was launched. The mission was the first to investigate Pluto. It reached the dwarf planet on July 14, 2015 and continued its journey further into space. What’s the leadership lesson? Where do you, honorable leader, want to be in 9 years? It’s important […]
“Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun.” – Mary Lou Cook
Who needs some New Years-level resilience as you get back into your normal daily rhythm? Leading with Honor recommends 3 important resilience tips – check them out and share your comments and experience too
Differences make a team stronger if teams are composed of the right talents for the mission and if each person understands and accepts those who are different. They will play a critical role in the success of the team if they’re accepted and appreciated for their different talents. As you have probably already noticed at […]
Lee and family saw the beautiful and dramatic Shen Yun live performance in Atlanta last weekend. Because of his ties to Asia and his POW experience, they interviewed him asking his impressions of Shen Yun. Here’s his review on The Epoch Times website.
What can give you the same neurological boost as receiving $25,000? The scientific study of happiness (aka positive psychology) has mushroomed over the last two decades. Major research institutions have taken on substantial and often thought-provoking forays into the joy of joy, with surprising and often enlightening results. Check out this Inc.com article and see […]
On this day in leadership history in 1915, the U.S. House of Representatives rejected a proposal to give women the right to vote. The 19the Amendment was later passed by Congress June 4, 1919. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders and persistent and tenacious when it comes to doing the right thing. Stay in the […]
“It is hard to imagine a more stupid or dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.” – Thomas Sowell
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. Leading with Honor’s “Leadership Balance Case Study” examines the unique results vs. relationships balance of this famous presidential leaders in U.S. history. […]
It’s finally here – the new book from Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie debuts tomorrow, January 7th! We’re excited about being able to share Leadership Behavior DNA with the world, as it contains over 45 years years of combined experience and research on the topic of human behavior in leadership. Over 40 industry leaders give […]
On this day in leadership history in 1925, Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross was sworn in as the governor of Wyoming She was the first female governor in the U.S. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders seek to choose the right fit for each team position based on the foundations of character, integrity, skill, and natural […]
“Only a fool tests the water with both feet.” – African Proverb
Great article from one of my favorite organizations, CEO Netweavers, entitled “How I Discovered Patience While Growing my Business”. I hope this success story will inspire all honorable leaders in the new year. Please read on this CEO Netweavers website and post your feedback and wisdom too – thank you
Happy New Year from Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor – Honorable leaders, make your mark in 2020!
Lee believes deeply in giving back to the community. Lee and his wife Mary are longtime advocates of several organizations. Please know that a portion of Lee’s time and/or revenue are donated to veterans support organizations such as the Gary Sinise Foundation. They serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, […]
On this day in leadership history in 1937, Babe Ruth returned to baseball as the new manager of the Class D, De Land Reds of the Florida State League. Ruth had retired from baseball in 1935. What’s the leadership lesson? There are thousands of honorable leaders who still need to share their wisdom and experience […]