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Five Universally Applicable Leadership Lessons Learned from Military Medicine

It’s always wise to learn leadership growth tips from various industries. In this article, they share 5 #leadership tips learned from military medicine:    Always Have a Forward-Looking Objective.    Communicate Your Intent to Subordinates, and Trust Them to Handle Their Tasks.    Subordinates Must Know how to Follow; But They Can and Should Serve […]

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “25 Ways to Control Your Stage Fright–and Become a Highly Confident Speaker!”

The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “25 Ways to Control Your Stage Fright–and Become a Highly Confident Speaker!” by Bill Lampton. Fear of giving speeches may have kept you from taking a leadership role in your work place, community, and civic organizations. To help you control your stage fright and speak with poise and […]

An Engage with Honor Testimonial

Thank you , Engage with Honor reader Harry, for your kind words – “Lee Ellis does a splendid job of telling his story of being a Vietnam POW. The story illustrates powerful transferable concepts of leadership, accountability, and honor. In reading the book, as well as having listened to Lee teach these concepts, I’m amazed […]

Need an Effective Leadership Communication Model? Lee Can Help!

Anyone who has to communicate effectively with others needs a proven model to get results in their work. Lee Ellis calls it the Courageous Accountability Model, and his clients are using it today! Save 20% off when you purchase multiple copies of his latest book, Engage with Honor. Visit our Online Store for details, and […]

On This Day in Leadership History for December 11, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1844, Dr. Horace Wells became the first person to have a tooth extracted after receiving an anesthetic for the dental procedure. Nitrous Oxide, or laughing gas, was the anesthetic. The leadership lesson? I’m grateful that we can all benefit from the innovation, commitment, and creativity of others! Your […]

Video Coaching for Honorable Leaders: See the Clip on Closeout Tactics

As leaders, we’re continually focused on vision-casting and looking ahead towards future goals. But it should also be a natural part of leadership to look back and evaluate past work. How do you do it well? Leadership speaker and author, Lee Ellis, shares six tips from his experience – please share your insights too – […]

Look Forward or Look Back? Closeout Tactics for Honorable Leaders

By Lee Ellis So, what should you be doing this time of year as a leader? Looking forward or looking back? As leaders, we’re continually focused on vision-casting and looking ahead towards future goals. But it should also be a natural part of leadership to look back and evaluate past work. In the scientific community, […]

On This Day in Leadership History for December 4, 2016

On this day in leadership history in 1977, Jean-Bedel Bokassa, ruler of the Central African Empire, crowned himself emperor in a ceremony believed to have cost more than $100 million. He was deposed 2 years later. What’s the leadership lesson? Whatever power or control that you have as a leader, evaluate it carefully and don’t […]

Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, December 2, 2016

“I think we have to become more conscious of the kind of cultures that we create in organizations. We want to create cultures where human beings are empowered, they flourish and they’re able to self-actualize themselves.” —John Mackey CEO of Whole Foods Market Co.

Breakdown in Leadership Communication? How to Get Back on Track

What has been your latest breakdown in communication with an individual or team member? And how did you get back on track? See how your style matches Lee Ellis’ Courageous Accountability Model of “Clarify | Connect |  Collaborate | Closeout” – see it below and then learn more in-depth about Engage with Honor. Read More […]