“Leaders devoid of crucible experiences are likely to be overly confident about their ideas, and surprisingly more susceptible to fears. Courageously facing our fears in the difficult times gives us both humility and real confidence.” – Lee Ellis
Link - U.S. Air Force Public Affairs | Veterans in Blue Video Interview - Lee's Story
Link - CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin | Lee Ellis Responds to Trump Comments Re: McCain
Link - Fox and Friends - Fox News Channel | Former POW, Lee Ellis, Slams Writer Who Claims Flag is Racist
Link - C-SPAN | Q&A Interview with C-SPAN Founder, Brian Lamb
Link - Arise America | Bowe Bergdahl Back on Duty with Lee Ellis
More Sample Videos
Sample Presentation Events
Link - Lee Ellis Keynote Address - Recent Presentation
Link - InTouch with Dr Charles Stanley | Program Title: "The Price of Freedom"
Link - Fox and Friends - January 2013: Leading with Honor
Link - Leaders with Ginni Thomas: An Interview with Lee Ellis
Link - Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN)
Link - Live with Megyn Kelly: Lee's Interview Regarding a CBS Apology
Link - Leading with Honor National Book Release Interview - Lee Ellis
Frequently Asked Questions
Link - Leading with Honor Introduction (extended)
Link - "Describe a Light-Hearted Moment in Your POW Experience."
Link - "When Did You Have to Lean Into the Pain?"
Link - "What do Women Leaders Think of Leading with Honor?"
Link - "Why is Leading with Honor Help for the Military Reader?"
Link - "How did You Stay Mentally and Physically Fit in Your POW Experience?"
Link - "Why is Leadership Development Important?"
Link - "How Did the 14 Lessons Help you After Your POW Experience?"
Link - "What Were Your Goals in Writing the Book?"
Link - "Describe an Important Lesson That You Learned and Still Use Today"
Link - "How Important was Family Support During Your POW Experience?"
Link - "What is Your Definition of Honor?"
Link - "Why Do These 14 Lessons Work?"
Link - "How Does Your Story Begin in the Book?"
Link - "Describe Your Career Before Your POW Experience."
Link - "Describe Your Career After Your POW Experience."
Link - "Describe the Lesson About Over-Communication."