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When a Discerning Leadership Attitude Goes Wrong – Lee’s Coaching Clip on This Topic – See Inside

When was the last time that you were impatient with a friend or colleague? Or are you prone to a discerning and judgmental attitude about others?

In this leadership coaching clip, Lee Ellis shares how to increase your personal success by learning how to genuinely treat others with dignity and respect. Please watch and share –

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Posted by on July 1, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Special Honor – DAR Washington D.C. Medal of Honor Ceremony – Lee Ellis

On June 27th 2015, Lee was honored by one of the active, pro-patriotism organizations in the U.S, The Daughters of the American Revolution. Each year, they choose 2 recipients of their esteemed Medal of Honor Award, and Lee was one their 2015 honorees.

We’re grateful for the work and enduring leadership that DAR fulfills as they remind us of the price of freedom that all Americans enjoy. Please celebrate with us!

DAR Lee Ellis

Lee speaks to the audience at this event and receives the Medal of Honor Award.

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Lee and his wife, Mary, shown here with their fantastic Page (personal host for the evening) who took care of every detail, Paula Eischenbrenner.

DAR Lee Ellis

At the DCA airport, we were greeted by several Georgia Daughters as we boarded our flight for Atlanta. They were happy to see the Medal of Honor and Certificate coming back to Georgia.

DAR Lee Ellis

Lee and Mary are pictured here with their dear friend, Rose O’Grady, of Las Vegas NV and Grand River IA who first recommended me to the Georgia DAR for the National DAR Medal of Honor.

DAR Lee Ellis

Two Medal of Honor recipients are chosen by the DAR organization each year. Lee is pictured here with the other esteemed recipient, Vietnam Veteran Nurse, Capt. Diane Carlson Evans. Diane also led the effort to get the Vietnam Women’s Memorial established in Washington D.C.

DAR Lee Ellis

Lee and Mary are pictured here with his dear friend, Col. Bill McCabe USAF (Ret.). Bill and his lovely wife, Geri, were magnificent hosts for me and my family when I landed at Maxwell AFB on March 17, 1973 for the POW Homecoming.

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Lee is pictured here with his dear friend, Col. Bill McCabe USAF (Ret.).

DAR Lee Ellis

We are so proud of our Army Nurses. Lee is pictured here with Army Nurse of the Year award winner, Col. Kathy K. Prue-Owens.

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Lee and his wife, Mary, at the evening’s event.

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With Andrea Duke Lawrence, National Outstanding DAR Service for Veterans Award for the Year 2015.

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At the pre-event reception for pictures and greetings with other award winners.

DAR Lee Ellis

With fellow award winner, J R Martinez, American war hero, motivational speaker, and television star JR Martinez.

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With National Chair of the Americanism Committee Ginger Trader who also introduced me at the National Defense Night event where I received the Medal of Honor award and spoke to the more than 3,000 in attendance.

DAR Lee Ellis

With DAR Media and Entertainment Award — accepting is Frank Martin, Writer and Director of Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots.

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The Medal of Honor Award and Certificate.

 

Link – Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

Link – Leading with Honor

 
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Posted by on July 1, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Start Celebrating Today – Freedom and Independence

Why wait until this weekend? Begin commemorating our nation’s freedom and independence all week!

Independence Day

 
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Posted by on June 29, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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On This Day in Leadership History, June 28, 2015

Samuel Battle

On this day in leadership history in 1911, Samuel J. Battle became the first African-American policeman in New York City. Racial milestones like Sam Battle lay the foundation for future leaders of all races to achieve their vision and goals.

What may seem impossible for you today can very likely become possible tomorrow. Leaders—stay strong and move forward!

Samueal J. Battle – Wikipedia

 
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Posted by on June 28, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Healthcare Physicians and Administrators Hear About Courageous Leadership – See Inside

Lee Ellis Gwinnett Medical

Lee Ellis speaks with physicians and administrators at the Gwinnett Medical Hospital System.

Recently, Lee was the keynote presenter for physicians (79% of the audience) and healthcare administrators (21% of the audience) at Gwinnett Medical Center, a large healthcare institution in the Atlanta metro area. We’re so grateful for the following results from their post-event survey –

1. Will you be able to use the information that you received today to improve patient care? Yes = 92.8%, No = 7.2%

Individual Takeaways: Positive attitude, Be better leader, To better my residency, Maintain values, Spread good emotions to patients and staff, Emotions are contagious, going to spread happiness.

2. Do you anticipate changing one or more aspects of your practice based on information at this conference? Yes = 67.3%, No = 32.7%

Individual Takeaways: Improve leadership skills, Be more courageous, More confidence, Better positive attitude at work, Work on values/mission.

3. Did this conference provide fair and balanced content? Yes = 98.3%, No = 1.7%

Link: Lee Ellis Keynote Presentations

 
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Posted by on June 27, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Leading with Honor Wisdom for Today, June 26, 2015

Lee Ellis - Wisdom for Today worth

“Your worth is not measured in likes, comments, notes or followers; but in your ability to love, keep comments to yourself, take note and lead.” – Unknown

 
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Posted by on June 26, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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Fantastic Article – “Discipline Breeds Success in Business and Leadership”

Stuart Levine

Author and Leadership Expert, Stuart L. Levine

Outcomes are not about luck. As Jim Collins says: “Greatness is a matter of choice, not circumstance.” In the language of emotional intelligence, the concept of discipline involves exercising self-regulation in order to improve.

It means consistently acting in alignment with your values, long-term goals and self-imposed performance standards, despite expedience or taking the easy path—an ability to remain steadfast in the face of herd instinct and external pressures.

Read more from this article by Stuart Levine, and be inspired –

 
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Posted by on June 25, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

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