A Quick Leadership Tip From Lee Ellis – how can you consistently make a difference everyday in helping your team or organization lead and work with honor? This 2-minute clip is a great pep talk on keeping you on course as we progress through 2016. Please watch and share your comments – thank you!
Coming in September 2016! We’re excited to announce the upcoming release of Lee Ellis’ latest book, Engage with Honor: Applying the Leadership Model for Courageous Accountability. In it, Lee shares his concerns about the lack of accountability in our culture and how you can apply a positive, proven accountability model to get better results as […]
On this day in leadership history in 1964, Tom O’Hara set a new world indoor record when he ran the mile in 3 minutes, 56.4 seconds. He later beat that record on March 6 of the same year with a time of 2:45.6, a world record that stood for fourteen years. The leadership lesson? Think […]
Human Resource and Training Professionals in Georgia – join Lee Ellis at the annual Georgia SHRM Conference as I share about how to lead and train honorable, resilient, unified employees and staff. The 2016 theme is “HR and Business Superheroes Unite!” Watch the clip below, and then Learn More on their website.
“In the concentration camps…we watched and witnessed some of our comrades behave like swine while others behaved like saints. Man has both potentialities within himself; which one is actualized depends on decisions but not on conditions.” – Viktor E. Frankl, Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist as well as a Holocaust survivor.
Here’s your leadership truth for today – “Bad leaders force good people to quit and move on.” Who agrees with this statement? In this ever competitive work environment in every industry today, no organization can afford to lose good people. In Lee’s latest podcast interview with the Nixon Foundation, he shares his past and current […]
>>>Watch Lee’s monthly coaching video on this topic! Register free for instant access. You can trust us with your email address.<<< By Lee Ellis Typically, narcissism is historically associated with physical beauty. You may recall that in Greek mythology, Narcissus was the handsome young man who became so enchanted with the image of himself in […]
Disengaged workers in a negative work environment have 37% higher absenteeism, 49% more accidents, and 60% more errors and defects. Oppositely, creating a positive and healthy culture for your team boils down to six essential characteristics. Check out this Harvard Business Review article, and please share your comments –
Thank you next generation leader, Mitchell P., for your enthusiastic comments about Leading with Honor – “I wanted to read this book because I wanted to be a stronger leader. Through boy scouts I have been in leadership positions and try to stand out from the crowd. I felt like this book helped me become […]
On this day in leadership history in 1881, Thomas Edison hired Samuel Insull as his private secretary. Insull’s career began as an apprentice clerk for various local businesses at age 14. He went on to become a stenographer at Vanity Fair. Through a newspaper ad, the 19-year-old became the switchboard operator for the London office […]
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
Looking for a change in the way that you do work and life? Often a change in perspective and the willingness to accept and live in paradox is the only way to do it. Be willing to live in the tension—holding two seemingly opposite concepts at once (such as being tough yet compassionate, or strong […]
The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win”. Sent to the most violent battlefield in Iraq, Jocko Willink and Leif Babin’s SEAL task unit faced a seemingly impossible mission: help U.S. forces secure Ramadi, a city deemed “all but lost.” In gripping firsthand accounts of heroism, tragic […]
Choose One – “Even though both are important, I’m naturally good at focusing on (Results or Relationships) in leadership.” Please share your answer in this post – thank you!
On this day in leadership history in 1866, Lucy B. Hobbs became the first woman to graduate from a dental school. The school was the Ohio College of Dental Surgery in Cincinnati. Regardless of the challenges and obstacles, focus on your natural talents and passion and align it with your work. You’ll have a much […]
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Tweet This “You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end — which you can never afford to lose — with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they might be.” – CDR James Bond Stockdale (1923-2005)
We’ve all been in a pressure point where a lie would be easier than the truth. In this quick 3-minute clip, Lee talks direct to all leaders about the long-term value of telling the truth even when it’s difficult. Watch this pep talk, and please share with others! Tweet This Read the article on this […]
Think about how many times a day that you must operate and act in paradox—two seemingly opposite principles like the list below – Visionary and Practical Chaotic and Orderly Results-Driven and Relationships-Driven Competitive and Supportive Detached and Sensitive Bold and Cautious Quick and Patient Strong and Vulnerable Leader and Servant Tough and Compassionate Generalist and […]
This morning, we remember Colonel Fred V. Cherry who flew west this morning, February 16, 2016. Colonel Cherry was a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from October 1965 to February 1973, and was awarded the Air Force Cross for his heroism as a POW. He was a great friend, a true hero, and an […]