Listen to Lee today as a radio guest on MoneyWise with Howard Dayton and Steve Moore.
He shares his latest thoughts on how his POW and career experiences have shaped his life and decision-making. Please share with others!
Sometimes in leadership, it’s smart to simply pay attention to new opportunities around you that breed new ideas and ways of helping others.
On this day in history in 1928, Sir Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin when he notices a bacteria-killing mold growing in his laboratory; it remained for Howard Florey and Ernst Chain to isolate the active ingredient, allowing the “miracle drug” to be developed in the 1940s.
You may have a miraculous discovery in your midst—pay attention to your surroundings!
Learn more about Sir Alexander Fleming here.
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Lee Ellis was a recent guest on the KWCK Country Morning Show with the Real Robbie Frish on the topic of leadership courage and current political events like courage in leadership, ISIS/ISIL, the Ebola situation, and more. See if you agree with Lee’s commentary as he talks about current events, and please share your comments –
Do you want freedom from being too rigid in your mindsets, and freedom to being open to growth and change? Do you want freedom from an “eggshell” environment that doesn’t allow disagreement, and freedom to engage in healthy, creative conflict that gets buy-in?
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We love passionate leaders making their mark in their respective fields. In 1937, the women’s airspeed record was set at 292 mph by American pilot Jacqueline Cochran (1906-1980). A big salute to Jacqueline for her steadfast tenacity in achieving this goal.Click to learn more about her life and work.
What’s the next goal that you want to accomplish?