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An FAQ on Leadership Self-Awareness

A ‘Leading with Honor’ FAQ – “In recent interviews, you highlighted the importance of self-awareness and the capacity to overcome obstacles as a basis for personal development. Please explain why.” Lee Ellis’ Answer – “True self-awareness requires an honest, personal evaluation of one’s natural strengths and struggles. What are my natural gifts and abilities, and […]

Coaching Clip – “Developing Millennial Professionals”

In this segment of leadership coaching from Lee Ellis, he shares how to develop millennial professionals in the new age of leadership through the concept “leaders developing leaders”. When we learn and apply this foundational leadership attribute, our opportunity for long-term success grows. Also, check out the full visual presentation on this topic on our […]

Less Turnover with Engaged Team – See Inside

Did you know for teams that are more engaged and understand their role and value, there is substantially less staff turnover. The new “Engage with Honor Group Training Guide” can help train your entire team by learning the Courageous Accountability Model. Learn more and download a free sample in the Leading with Honor Store – […]

On This Day in Leadership History, September 29th

On this day in leadership history in 1984, Elizabeth Taylor was voted to be the world’s most beautiful woman in a Louis Harris poll. Ironically at the same time, Taylor was in the Betty Ford Clinic overcoming a weight problem. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders must have an objective view of self and seek […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Bet on Talent”

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Bet on Talent” by Dee Ann Turner: How to Create a Remarkable Culture That Wins the Hearts of Customers. When it comes to running a business, the most important decisions a leader makes are not about products or locations–they’re about people. For the past 33 years, Dee Ann […]

Do you need to hire a CSP? See Inside

Trusting to hire a speaker for your organization can be risky, but hiring a CSP (Certified Speaking Professionals) gives you more security and confidence. What is a CSP and why do only 1.5% of speakers worldwide have this designation? Please watch below and learn more –           

On This Day in Leadership History, September 22nd

On this day in leadership history in 1862, U.S. President Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. It stated that all slaves held within rebel states would be free as of January 1, 1863. The Civil War would end two years later. What’s the leadership lesson? Many times, honorable leaders must have supernatural persistence, consistency, and […]

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, September 20, 2019

“We are drawn to ideas, we are passionate observers, and for us, solitude is rich and generative. Think of all that goes on in the playground of solitude: daydreaming, reading, composing, meditating—and just being, writing, calculating, fantasizing, thinking, praying, theorizing, imagining, drawing/ painting/ sculpting, inventing, researching, reflecting. You get the idea.” – Laurie Helgoe   […]

7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids’ confidence

Insightful CNBC article on the “7 biggest parenting mistakes that destroy kids’ confidence” – here they are. Do you agree? Post your response – Letting them escape responsibility Preventing them from making mistakes Protecting them from their emotions Condoning a victim mentality Being overprotective Expecting perfection Punishing, rather than disciplining Read the entire article on […]

Quick Advice – Leadership Clarity Levels

Quick Coaching Advice – how can you get leadership clarity? There are 4 levels to consider—see which ones you’re currently doing on a regular basis: – 100,000-foot level. Clarity about mission, vision, and values is crucial to building a culture of synergy and accountability. Unless these are hammered out at the top and then pushed […]

Giving Back – The Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO)

Giving Back Spotlight – The Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO) – Lee and his wife Mary are longtime advocates of several organizations. VEO’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for homeless veterans on their road to self-sustainability. They provide a caring, supportive environment that allows veterans to rebuild their lives by returning the dignity […]

On This Day in Leadership History, September 15th

On this day on leadership history in 1949, “The Lone Ranger” premiered on ABC. Clayton Moore was the Lone Ranger and Jay Silverheels was Tonto. What’s the leadership lesson? May we all be as consistently honorable as the Lone Ranger in our leadership work and relationships with others! Lone Ranger – Wikipedia    

Less Turnover with Engaged Team – See Inside

Did you know for teams that are more engaged and understand their role and value, there is substantially less staff turnover. The new “Engage with Honor Group Training Guide” can help train your entire team by learning the Courageous Accountability Model. Learn more and download a free sample in the Leading with Honor Store – […]

On This Day in Leadership History, September 8th

On this day in leadership history in 1966, NBC-TV aired the first episode of “Star Trek” entitled “The Man Trap”. That show was canceled on September 2, 1969 and re-launched as “Star Trek” a week later. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders have to objective to see if an idea or product still has potential. […]

Coaching Clip with Dee Ann Turner – Leadership Clarity

In this interview clip, Lee and retired Chick-Fil-A Vice-President, Dee Ann Turner, discuss their lessons learned as it relates to leadership clarity and how we can apply a few tips to improve team dynamics and performance. Please watch this month’s Leading with Honor Coaching – (you can expand the video below to full-screen) After watching, […]

4 Levels to Improved Leadership Clarity with Dee Ann Turner

Have you ever had to fight for clarity in a meeting or conversation? Early on in my military training at Air University, our professors who taught speaking and writing courses told us repeatedly to “fight for clarity.” When lives are at stake while flying multi-million dollar pieces of equipment, clarity was crucial for us. Clarity […]

Good to Great – Looking Back at this Research

Do you remember what started to the whole “Good to Great” phenomenon with our friend Jim Collins? It’s always good to take a look back and re-learn what you learned in the past. Check out the foundational article on his website about how he started with 1,435 good companies, examined their performance over 40 years, […]