“Leaders think about and talk about the solutions. Followers think and talk about their problems.” – Brian Tracy
One of the most important attributes of leadership is honoring and inspiring others. In this fantastic example, President Ronald Reagan displays, in such an inspiring way, how to humbly honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice during Memorial Day. Please share your comments –
As we approach Memorial Day, we wanted to share Lee’s personal thoughts in a former CNN interview. Very encouraging and inspiring!
Click the image below to watch, and please share with others. #NeverForget
We’re so grateful for special institutions like the ones below that give Lee an opportunity to share his expertise –
“Wow! Col. Ellis’ presentation to our Veterans Entrepreneurship Program was truly inspirational. He provided some valuable lessons for leadership and life.”
– Sheb True, Ph.D., Professor and Director of GAVE (Georgia Advancing Veterans Education), Coles College of Business, Kennesaw State University
“Thank you for giving such an excellent, inspiring presentation! The physicians hear so many clinical lectures that your topic was truly special! The physicians responded with really wonderful comments and very positive CME evaluations.”
– Anne Kramer, RN-BC, MN, Director, Medical Education/Medical Library, Gwinnett Medical Center
If you’d like to know more about Leading with Honor presentation or training opportunities, please contact us.
What ingredients are you missing to create the best plan possible for winning in a competitive work environment? Is it to simply to try harder??
Lee Ellis has created a complimentary SlideShare presentation to help you create a personal plan for leadership success.
Please download it here and share your comments –
On this day in leadership history in 1998, New York Yankees pitcher David Wells became the 13th player in modern major league baseball history to throw a perfect game. Did he do it solely on natural ability? Not a chance. His natural abilities combined with his learned experiences, his ability to manage his emotions, as well as some elements were completely out of his control helped David achieve this feat!
Your natural abilities, observations, and experiences can also help you achieve your goals—remember, use, and apply them wisely.
David Wells – Wikipedia
The 14 life and leadership principles in this book have guided Lee from his Vietnam POW experience through his 40+ year career.
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