It’s designed to help leaders consistently apply authentic leadership to daily tasks and decisions.
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The Latest Recommendation from Lee’s Bookshelf – “Leadership and Self-Deception: Getting Out of the Box” by The Arbinger Institute.
This excellent book uses an entertaining story about an executive facing challenges at work and at home to expose the precise psychological processes that conceal our true motivations and intentions from us and trap us in a “box” of endless self-justification. The key to leadership is not what we do, but who we are.
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Lee talks about leadership, courage, and practical ways to overcome challenges in his latest interview on TV network, Arise America.
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Lee Ellis met two special people recently.
Jessica Cox, born without arms but the first pilot to ever be certified as a pilot by the FAA , flying with her feet.
Dana Bowman, lost both his legs in an Army skydiving accident and wears two prosthesis. His motto applies here: “It is not the Disability, it is the Ability”. Dana has over 4000 jumps.
Great leaders overcoming seemingly insurmountable challenges – Be encouraged today!
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“What is the importance of striving to not only lead, but to lead the right way?”
“I think it goes back to finding your purpose. I am not against making money and I am out here trying to do that, but it’s finding out what you are on this earth to do besides just fattening your wallet. I see my opportunities to influence other people and people are attracted to and influenced by others who are authentic. Are you concerned about your fellow man and others around you? If so, you are going to have influence. When I played sports, the guys who were always elected captain weren’t always the flashiest, but the ones who were leading by example. We are always looking for someone to look up to.”
You can read the entire interview here.
Lee Ellis is founder and president of Leadership Freedom® LLC, a leadership and team development consulting company. He consults with Fortune 500 senior executives in the areas of hiring, teambuilding, leadership and human performance development, and succession planning. He is also a speaker and the author of the award-winning book, Leading With Honor: Leadership Lessons from the Hanoi Hilton, in which he shares his experiences as a Vietnam POW and highlights leadership lessons learned in the camps. For more information, please visit www.leadingwithhonor.com.