Sun, 28 October 2012
Leadership is comparatively easy. Leading with honor requires men and women of special character and skills. So says Colonel Lee Ellis (ret.), this week's guest on Monday Morning Radio.
Colonel Ellis, an Air Force fighter pilot, spent 5 1/2 years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam. He was the youngest POW to be imprisoned along with Senator John McCain at the notorious "Hanoi Hilton." If leaders can act with honor under those circumstances, Colonel Ellis teaches, they certainly can act with honor as the heads of corporations, small businesses and nonprofits.
Colonel Ellis is an author and expert in the areas of team-building, executive development and - of course - leadership. He shares his unique insights with Monday Morning Radio listeners.
Colonel Ellis is interviewed by Wizard Academy faculty member and graduate Dean Rotbart and by David Biondo, a veteran financial planner and successful entrepreneur. Rotbart and Biondo produce Monday Morning Radio and serve as co-hosts in cooperation with Business Unconventional on 710 KNUS AM in Denver. Also joining the conversation is Jeff Wilson a small business expert with ActionCoach - Team Empowerment. Wilson is a regular contributor to B. Unconventional.
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Monday Morning Radio - Run Time: 29 min 56 sec
Direct download: 102912_MMR_BUnRadio_Podcast.mp3
Category:Authors and Experts -- posted at: 9:31pm MDT