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Guest Panel Webinar Invitation on October 13th – Join Us!

Guest Panel Webinar Invitation on October 13th – Join Us! Adapting quickly can seem like a daunting task to many leaders, but it doesn’t have to be. Joining Hugh Massie and Lee Ellis in this new live webinar event entitled “Adaptive Leadership: How to Shift, Change, and Grow Now” are two veteran, successful leaders to […]

Which Honor Code Are You Using?

Hey Leaders! What are you influencing others to do right now on this list? Post your answer below – Also, we’ve created a version suitable for display in your office or place of work – Download Your Free Copy        

Deceit and Duplicity – The Two-Headed Monster of Politics

Having a competitive spirit is usually a positive attribute in our culture. Whether in work, life, or play, we’re hard-wired to face competition with strength, tenacity, and the goal of winning. It’s the American way, but unfortunately, for many, winning has become the supreme, all-important goal!    As we approach this very important 2020 election, […]

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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 – Click to Purchase in the Leading with Honor Online Store    

Today in Leadership History for October 4th

Today in leadership history is a reminder to vote! Mail-in voting, early voting, or on November 3rd, lead the way and exercise your constitutional right to vote. And as an honorable leader, encourage others to do the same. Download the Leading with Honor Voter Evaluation Guide        

Don’t Reskill Tomorrow Using Yesterday’s Tools

According to the new article below from Ralph de la Vega, even before the pandemic, about 87% of executives saw or expected workforce skill gaps, according to McKinsey. Less than 50% said they knew how to deal with the problem, according to the same study. How can you successfully navigate the upskilling and reskilling of […]

Undaunted and Unafraid: Developing Honorable Courage for Our Times

Everyday we need courage to live and lead honorably. In this segment of leadership coaching from Lee Ellis, he share an inspiring personal story of a team of women that effectively changed U.S. national policy that helped enable him and his comrades to return home from their imprisonment as Vietnam POWs. Please watch and share […]

Free Voter Evaluation Guide – Enclosed

Think your vote doesn’t count? Honorable leaders should never think such a thing! Now’s the time to objectively evaluate your political candidates for November 3rd Election Day. Leading with Honor offers free help in evaluating your candidates for public office. Download a free copy of the non-partisan voter guide below, and please share with others […]

Guest Panel Webinar Invitation on October 13th – Join Us

Adapting quickly can seem like a daunting task to many leaders, but it doesn’t have to be. And how can assessing human behavior become an important tool in the process? Joining Hugh Massie and Lee Ellis in this new live webinar event entitled “Adaptive Leadership: How to Shift, Change, and Grow Now” are two veteran, […]

Leading with Honor Group Training from Lee Ellis

Fall Leadership Development Ideas

Fall Leadership Development Ideas from Leading with Honor – for many leaders and teams, our self-guided group training materials are the most effective way to train on principles that will help increase morale, performance, and decision-making. These studies have 10 weekly sessions as well as extra guidance for group facilitators. Savings packages available in the […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Essays on Ethics”

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Essays on Ethics” by Rabbi Jonathan Sack. Believing the Hebrew Bible to be the ultimate blueprint for Western morality, Rabbi Sacks embarks upon an ethical exploration of the weekly Torah portion, uncovering its message of truth and justice, dignity and compassion, forgiveness and loves. The insights into life […]

3 Quick Tips on Balancing Leadership Paradox

3 Quick Tips on Balancing the Paradox of Being “All Things” in Leadership – consider the challenge when you encounter paradox and have to acknowledge and operate on two seemingly opposite principles from the list below –    This       and        This Visionary             Practical Chaos                   Order Results                Relationships Competitive        Supportive Detached            […]

Guest Article – Setting Your Quality Life Purpose

By Hugh Massie – First Published on Nasdaq – More and more these days I’m asked my thoughts on the meaning and quality of life. This global pandemic, including being on social lock down, has caused individuals to have deeper discussions. Many of us agree that we were having these “life” discussions when we were […]

Learn How to Lead Based on Differences

Every human is unique — and the best leaders know why this might be an advantage. Learn how embracing different talents and abilities, both our own and those of others, can lead to more effective leadership and success. Grounded in statistical research and supported by data from millions of clients and more than 45 years […]

On This Day in Leadership History, September 20th

On this day in leadership history in 1995, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to drop the national speed limit. This allowed the states to decide their own speed limits. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders know that every decision can’t come across their desk. With a healthy culture and values, empower others around you […]

A Special Message on National POWMIA Day

On National POWMIA Day, we remember the brave Americans throughout history who were captured by the enemy or are still missing and unaccounted for. In addition to this short video message, here’s just one story below that I wanted to share about Captain Mike Brazelton. Captain Mike Brazelton was shot down by flak on 7 […]

The Mystery of The ‘E’ In CEO

Great reminders from friend Patrick Lencioni on what “E” means in “CEO” and how we can all get on board with our focused purpose as leaders. Check out his advice on Chief Executive website.