On this day in leadership history in 1952, in New York City four signs were installed at 44th Street and Broadway in Times Square that told pedestrians “Walk/Don’t Walk.” What’s the leadership lesson? Over-communicate and share in multiple ways to explain important information or announcements (write an email, share it in a meeting, record a […]
“It’s my observation that many leaders have some inclination to slide out of balance into narcissism.” – Lee Ellis
Does an attitude of humble confidence seem like an impossible task? From his years as a fighter pilot to leadership consultant and trainer, Lee Ellis share his wisdom and experience on this challenging balance in leadership. Read the original article mentioned in this coaching session – “From Humble Leader to Narcissist: Where Are You on […]
In this new podcast interview on “ChaosCast: Forging Clarity from Chaos”, Lee shares in-depth about – the triad for what Lee considers fundamental to strong leadership; What exactly helped Lee build the courage to survive amidst unthinkable chaos; How he learned to leverage his experience and grow his courage to become a better leader; The […]
On this day in leadership history in 1901, Queen Victoria of England died after reigning for nearly 64 years. As Victoria’s monarchy became more symbolic than political, it placed a strong emphasis on morality and family values, in contrast to the sexual, financial and personal scandals that had been associated with previous members of the […]
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For leaders today, courageous leadership is the key solution for increased performance, morale, and getting results. More specifically, the foundation of successful leadership is actually courageous accountability. The new infographic from Lee Ellis is a practical tool to understand the lack of accountability, the obstacles, the 4C’s of making accountability a regular part of honorable […]
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On this day in leadership history in 1559, England’s Queen Elizabeth I (Elizabeth Tudor) was crowned in Westminster Abbey. In government, Elizabeth was more moderate than her father and half-siblings had been. After the pope declared her illegitimate in 1570 and released her subjects from obedience to her, several conspiracies threatened her life, all of […]
If you’re in any kind of business regardless of size, this is a sobering reminder to courageously do the right thing the right way (especially during tax season). Lead with honor today! The article below underscores what is mentioned in Chapter 1 of Lee’s latest book, Engage with Honor. Scenarios like this one are widespread […]
How do you lead during crisis? How do you lead a country divided? In this new radio interview on ‘Chris Fabry Live’, Lee shares his experience with leadership crisis, tragedy, and healing the divide between people. Please listen and share your comments in this post – thank you!
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On this day in leadership history in 1997, Mister Rogers (1928-2003) received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. What’s the leadership lesson? Leaders are present in every segment of society, and the common thread for passionate, honorable leaders is character, courage, and commitment to their purpose. Keep focusing on your purpose this week. […]
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“On the surface power struggles are all about being right. Underneath, they are touching emotional sore points that produce strong reactions.” – Lee Ellis
Have you determined your leadership tilt yet? And is it a good or bad thing?? Check out Lee’s complimentary infographic below to learn more. Please check it out and share with others – thank you!
<<<New Year Special Offer – Watch the Leading with Honor Coaching Clip on this topic. Sign Up Free to receive monthly in your inbox>>> by Lee Ellis I’ve been thinking about this blog on power struggles for a month or so with the plan to publish it in January. How ironic that I got to […]