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Get a Boost of Resilience! Free infographic

In the dog days of Summer, get a boost of resilience! Which of these 12 areas of resilience are you the strongest? Explore the entire, free infographic, and please comment below on your best resilience traits –    

The #1 consulting point that Lee gives clients – See Inside

The #1 consulting point that Lee gives clients is to know yourself. Self-awareness is like gold for the aspiring honorable leader! The Courageous Leader Package can help – check out the special offer in the Online Store. You can also get a snapshot of your leadership strengths and struggles by taking the free Leading with […]

On This Day in Leadership History, July 1st

On this date in leadership history in 1905, the USDA Forest Service was created within the Department of Agriculture. The agency was given the mission to sustain healthy, diverse, and productive forests and grasslands for present and future generations. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leadership is just as much about protecting and preserving important parts […]

Lee Ellis Coaching Clip – “Combatting Power Struggles” –

In this segment of leadership coaching from Lee Ellis, he shares the important leadership step of combatting power struggles the right way in leadership. When we learn and apply this foundational leadership attribute, our opportunity for long-term success grows.  These coaching clips are only available in Lee’s monthly ‘Leading with Honor’ email. Sign Up to […]

Praise from Georgia Farm Bureau – See Inside

Wow—so grateful for comments like this one from President of Georgia Farm Bureau, Gerald Long, regarding Leading with Honor Training Development  – “Our executive team experienced significant growth in this training, resulting in a new level of trust and communications that exceeded our expectations. I’m thrilled to say we have become a more cohesive team […]

On This Day in Leadership History, June 24th

On this day in leadership history in 1844, Charles Goodyear was granted U.S. patent #3,633 for vulcanized rubber. It’s a chemical process for converting natural rubber into more durable materials by heating them with sulfur. What’s the leadership lesson? Having the patience to allow your plan or product to evolve takes time. Steady plodding seems […]

What’s Your Natural Leadership Gifts and Behaviors? See Inside

The Courageous Leader Package is specifically designed to give leaders unique insight into their personal strengths and struggles while learning 14 leadership lessons from the POW camps of Vietnam. Check out what this package includes, and join other leaders who have chosen to learn more about themselves and their natural leadership gifts and behaviors – […]

Happy Father’s Day from Leading with Honor

Happy Father’s Day from Lee Ellis and the Leading with Honor team! What’s the leadership lesson? Fatherhood is one of the most powerful positions in the world. Whether you have biological children, godchildren, or any influential relationships with children, remember to help guide them into becoming honorable leaders (and have lots of fun, too).   […]

New Documentary Trailer – “Sijan: A Quest for Freedom”

Leading with Honor is helping announce this important new documentary about my friend and Medal of Honor recipient, Lance Sijan (1942-1968). It’s entitled “Sijan: A Quest for Freedom” – please watch the trailer below and learn more about his enduring life and accomplishments.  #NeverForget Lance P. Sijan – Website  

2018 Recommended Leadership Reading List

In a recent article, Lee said, “I’ve found that learning about the sacrifices, suffering, and successes of others equip readers in areas of strategy, tactics, and proven principles that work.” Over the course of several years, Lee Ellis and Leading with Honor have compiled a recommended reading list of leadership books. Check out the list […]

Today is Flag Day!

Today is Flag Day – Let your colors fly today in the land of the free and home of the brave!        

Reading is Leading – 4 Quick Tips on Developing this Habit

Leading with Honor’s focus this month is encouraging leaders to “Read to Lead” as summertime approaches. If you’re already a reader, that is a significant achievement. If you’re not a reader, now is the perfect time to start. Here are four practical tips for personal development: Recognize your struggle. Acknowledge you are missing out and […]

Article – Preparing for a Career in an Industry that Does Not Yet Exist

Great insight, as always, from Ralph de la Vega on “Preparing for a Career in an Industry that Does Not Yet Exist.” Timely advice for those young leaders searching for their new career or those leaders wanting to break new ground. Please read on LinkedIn, and add your comments and advice below – thank you […]