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See if You Agree With These Leading with Honor Readers

See if you agree with these recent endorsements from ‘Leading with Honor’ readers – we’re grateful for these insights! “This should be required reading by our youth that do not seem to know how to be a true team player.” – Mayon A. “So you think you have challenges in life? Hardly, read this book […]

The Reality of Dishonorable Leadership: 3 Tips to Avoiding Failure

by Lee Ellis | Watch Lee’s Monthly Leadership Coaching on this topic – Instant Access with Free Registration – Click Here From the smallest of indiscretions to the largest cover up, neglecting one’s duty and pursuing selfish choices is part of the human condition. Lest we think it’s a new concept, it’s been that way […]

On This Day in Leadership History, April 3, 2016

On this day in leadership history, the Masters Tournament, also known as The Masters or The US Masters, began in 1934. Unlike the other 3 major PGA championships in professional golf, the Masters is held each year at the same location, Augusta National Golf Club, a private golf club in the city of Augusta, Georgia, […]

Coming Later This Month – RetroWeekend – See Inside

Steve Hall, Executive Director of RetroWeekend, joins their NBC affiliate to talk about Lee Ellis, a former prisoner of war and award-winning author, who will be here later this month in Pigeon Forge at RetroWeekend. Please watch the clip, and join Lee in April for this special event! Steve Hall Interview – Click Here RetroWeekend […]

These Trust Traits Are Lacking in Some Public Officials—See If You Agree

Trust is one of the most important attributes of candidates seeking to serve in public office. Here’s a “Trust List” to consider—how you would rate the current candidates on these traits:  Shows respect for others Demonstrates good values Shows good judgment Shows maturity Trustworthy Healthy self-confidence Listens and takes counsel This list is included in […]

On This Day in Leadership History, March 27, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1933, about 55,000 people staged a protest against Hitler in New York City. This protest occurred 5 years before the start of World War II. The leadership lesson? Remember to balance the facts with your own intuition as a leader. Better to handle a challenging or difficult situation […]

14 Signs You’re An Emotionally Intelligent Person

Are you an emotionally intelligent person? Assess where you are with author Dan Schawbel’s list and article below, and share your comments –  You’re constantly striving to understand the human condition. You’re inherently curious about the way other people live. You’re self-aware about your shortcomings and strengths. You place an emphasis on living in the […]

Spring has Sprung – Leading with Honor Training Options

Spring officially sprung this weekend! Before vacation season, now is a great time to kick off you or your team’s professional development with Leading with Honor Training. Regardless of group size, we have something for you. Learn More and please share –

On This Day in Leadership History, March 21, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1989, it was announced that Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose was under investigation for gambling on baseball. In 2004, after years of public denial, Rose admitted to betting on baseball and on, but not against, the Reds. A switch hitter, Rose is the all-time Major League leader in […]