NEW ARTICLE: "Six Leadership Obstacles to Team Success"
By Lee Ellis |
As leaders, we want the positive elements of success—achievement, notoriety, money, and excellence for clients and customers. But we’re unwilling to do the right things to get there. The missing cultural piece is courageous accountability.
What are the six obstacles that can get you off-course? Read Lee’s latest article below, and see where you’re vulnerable
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Coming in September 2016! The Latest Book from Lee Ellis
You've read Leading with Honor, and now Lee applies the leadership lessons into a new model of courageous accountability in Engage with Honor: Building a Culture of Courageous Accountability.
Honor and accountability are linked together as a formula for great leadership, and a healthy mindset of accountability can inspire every team and organization to achieve a higher level of performance. The key is engaging with courage, commitment, and caring concern as opposed to motivation by fear, intimidation, and self-preservation.
Foreword by Ralph de la Vega, Vice Chairman of AT&T Inc and CEO of Business Solutions & International
Mother and USAF Public Affairs Leader Creates ‘Leading with Honor’ Blog Training Series
The Leading with Honor Team has an amazing group of fans and followers that believe in the power of leading with character, courage, and commitment. After one of Lee’s keynote presentations at the Wisconsin Air National Guard in 2015, Public Affairs Specialist and SSgt Andrea Rhode USAF, was inspired to write her own blog series for her fellow USAF officers and staff based on the 14 leadership lessons.
Andrea represents the caliber of sacrificial leadership to motivate and lead herself and others.