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Climbing Courage

4 Quick Points to Creating Courage

Looking how to have a boost of courage as you face some changes this year? Here are 4 points that Lee advises his clients to follow – let us know what you think: Believe. You must believe that your decision is the right thing to do and that you can do it. Believe in yourself, […]

Praise for the Leading with Honor Message

So grateful for these comments from Craig Smith, Director of Business Development @ The Valero Texas Open about Lee’s keynote presentation at this event – “Lee did a masterful job of mixing real life experiences with humor in tailoring his message for an audience of 1,000. As he shared his story of courage and resiliency, […]

Dr Martin Luther King Message on Civility

  We’re re-posting this article from Lee Ellis written last year on the life and dedication of Dr Martin Luther King in the art and discipline of civility. Remembering this special leader and honoring his contribution to our society – Please Read in this blog and post your comments.    

On This Day in Leadership History, January 20th

  On this day in leadership history in 1801, John Marshall was appointed chief justice of the United States. Early in his career, it said that Marshall was noted for his good humor and black eyes, which were “strong and penetrating, beaming with intelligence and good nature” but his direct nature in communicating and legal […]

Radio Interview – Kilmeade and Friends

We’re pulling out a great archive interview with Lee on Brian Kimeade and Friends on Fox News Radio where Lee shared intimate details about life and leadership lessons learned in his 40+ year career. Check out this interview – thank you          

Leading with Honor FAQ on Successful Leaders

A Leading with Honor Frequently Ask Question: “What else should successful leaders be thinking about?” Lee Ellis’ Answer: “You can’t do this alone. It’s too difficult. You need encouragement. You need people who will say, ‘Well, why would you want to do that?’ I could have a good idea, but I’m too emotionally involved in […]

Featured January Resource – Save 20% Instantly

  This month, Leading with Honor is featuring the ‘Courageous Leader Package’ that our clients regularly use in training events and workshops. Instantly save 20% off when you buy both resources together in the Leading with Honor Store: The Leading with Honor book – Read about his five and a half years of captivity and […]

4 Courageous Steps to Making Your Change

You’ve had that feeling for a while, and it’s not going away. The daily battle to stay engaged and productive is wearing on you. It’s time for a change, and you’re either reluctant to move forward or don’t know how. Courage is needed, and your mind drifts to those traditional heroic figures in movies such […]

On This Day in Leadership History, January 13th

  On this day in leadership history in 1999, Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls) announced his retirement from the NBA. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders must spend quality time coaching the next generation of leaders and then know when to allow these honorable leaders to step up and lead in their place. Michael Jordan – […]

The 4Cs of Courageous Accountability

  Infographic on “The 4Cs of Courageous Accountability” Want to learn more about the 4Cs and how to apply it in your leadership? Purchase a copy of the award-winning book, Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability    

Coaching Clip – How to Find the Courage to Create Change

  In this segment of Leading with Honor Coaching from Lee Ellis, he shares his past personal and professional experiences to help leaders develop the courage the create change in their life and work. When we learn and apply this foundational leadership attribute, our opportunity for long-term success grows. Please watch and post your comments […]

The Courageous Leader Package – Save 20% Instantly

  The #1 consulting point that Lee gives clients is to know yourself. Self-awareness is like gold for the aspiring honorable leader! We’ve created an in-depth ‘Courageous Leader Package’ that our clients regularly use in training events and workshops. Instantly save 20% off when you buy both resources together in the Leading with Honor Store: […]

On This Day in Leadership History, January 6th

  On this day in leadership history in 1931, inventor Thomas Edison executed his last patent application. He passed away 9 months later at the age of 84. What’s the leadership lesson? Honorable leaders keep inventing, keep producing, and keep fulfilling their purpose until the very end! Thomas Edison – Wikipedia  

How do you gain courage for those challenging conversations?

  How do you gain courage for those challenging conversations without withdrawing or dominating? The key is stay engaged and communicate with respect, love, confidence, yet humility. Leading with Honor has the perfect tool to help you called the Courage Challenge Card. Download your free copy or purchase copies for your entire team – check […]

4 Leadership Tips to Help Your Team Succeed in 2019

As honorable leaders, our goal is to wisely manage tactical team goals and results while avoiding pressure to meet unrealistic expectations. Follow these four steps to meet your goals and help your team succeed the right way in 2019 –   Recognize the realities of the human domain. People want to succeed. People want to […]