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What’s the Best Leadership Choice in Your Upcoming City or Regional Elections This Fall? Your Free Evaluation Resource

There are dozens of city and state political elections over the next four months, and we want you to be prepared on how to vote for your local public servants. What’s more important—character, courage, or competence? When both candidates seem technically qualified, what’s the deciding factor? To help, we invite you to download and share […]

“What Kind of Leader Do You Want to Be?” – Read Lee’s article, published by the American Management Association, on a true leader’s characteristics

Whether evaluating your personal leadership qualities or deciding what type of leader you want to serve in your work (or cast your vote for public office in a few weeks), Lee’s article, published by the American Management Association, provides a great summary of a true leader’s characteristics. Read it here. One of the best statements […]

Who Are You Hiring This Election Season? Evaluating Political Leaders with Character, Trust, and Executive Competence – A Free Guide from Lee Ellis

Who have you hired lately? Your next hire may be your elected political servant! Lee Ellis has just released a new Leading with Honor Voter Evaluation Guide to help you vote for the best political candidate based on foundational leadership qualities such as character, trust, and executive competence. This is a FREE, non-partisan guide, so […]

The Price and Responsibilities of Freedom

As a former POW in Vietnam, I know what it’s like to lose your freedom.  For more than five years, my comrades and I were locked in dark, dusty cells, with no contact with the outside world. In fact, I never saw a sunrise or sunset for several years and only saw the stars or […]