Article - "How Speakers Can Crack the Emotional Shell of Their Audience"
Are you a leader that must frequently speak in front of groups?
In this new article in the November 2014 issue of Speaker Magazine, Lee shares his personal insights on ways to “crack the emotional shell” of your audiences through lessons learned from senior POW leaders.
NEW TOOL: Applying the Honor Code in Your Leadership – Free Download Offer
Personal core values help you weather times of uncertainty. They help solidify your decision-making before tough decisions need to be made. They clarify how to build great personal and business relationships.
Lee has created a new Honor Code that provides the simplicity of 7 guiding principles for life and decision-making in leadership—principles such as “Tell the truth, even when it’s difficult.” and “Keep Your Word and Keep Your Commitments”.
New Article: "A Surprising Encounter of Team Camaraderie: Three Leadership Observations on Successful Team Cohesion"
By Lee Ellis | Reflecting back over the years of my military and leadership consulting careers, I’ve noticed that camaraderie is usually present in high-performing teams that endure over a long period of time.
What are some of the hallmarks that we can learn from such teams? And what are some important steps to help a leader to build camaraderie?