Lessons In Leadership

Hello everyone and welcome to day one of my blog on leadership, management and service excellence. Click on the “read more” button to the right, to of course read more….

First thank you to all of you out there who continutally encouraged me to write a book on leadership and to start a blog on this vital subject. More news on the book in the next few days.

Today I am not going to write a leadership message to you as I am just trying to figure out how to make this blog work. I wrote a message earlier but it did not work properly so just consider this message a test.

I do look forward to hearing from you on subjects you would like for me to comment on in the areas of leadership, manangement and service excellence.

Have a good day and wish me luck on getting this blog to work correctly…Lee

18 Comments
  1. Lee, I want to be among the first to wish you luck and share my thoughts…you are a leader who practices what you preach. I look forward to sharing that message and your lessons with others! Peggy

  2. I think this blog is a great idea! I will make sure I tell some more people to check it out. You have been a great leader to me so far. You have been very helpful sending me articles to read to help me prepare myself to be a great leader. I wish you the best of luck in everything you do.

  3. Congratulations on your foray into blogging, Lee! I loved the Main St. Diary when I was a CP back in 2004 and I can’t wait to read your new book. I suppose your blog will tide me over in the meantime.

  4. Lee-thanks so much for this. I will share your URL/blog with park service leaders around the country!

    CP

  5. Felicitations! What next a movie? Looking forward to reading your upcoming blogs. Bonne Chance

  6. Henri and I look forward to reading your words of wisdom. What a great idea!!! Linda & Henri Landwirth

  7. Lee, our paths crossed only for a year, and this was 16 years ago. I can still say that you are by far the most influencial leader I have had. As such, you are in my humble opinion THE reference on leadership matters. Thanks for doing this, and good luck!

  8. Lee – I will look forward to your continued words of wisdom and encouragement. With Regards.

  9. Lee – What a fun way to keep in touch. Good luck with the Blog – it’s almost like you have never left.

  10. Lee – great start to a very worthwhile blog! I would love to see the blog talk about your passion around the importance of Diversity and Inclusion in Leadership. You are so inclusive – always talking about having an inclusive environment, and making sure that we always have a diverse qualified candidate pool for every position. All keys to great Leadership!

  11. Lee,
    It is always good to read, talk or listen to you. I love the blog idea, but I am definitively not the right guy to be the proofreader!
    Best,

  12. Good Morning Lee,
    Thanks again for your interesting and thought-provoking speech at Morgan Stanley’s Risk Management offsite earlier this week. The feedback received thus far has been very positive and I’ve received several inquiries for your contact information.

    Thanks a million and have a “magical” day!

    Eileen Hillock
    Executive Director

  13. Many “leaders” gain respect because of the position they hold, not from any true leadership provided. It’s a shame and a disservice to their teams. This will be a boon for those of us honing our leadership abilities. Thanks so much!

  14. Lee- I love the blog. What a great idea. What a great way for us to have access to a great leader with awesome skills to share. thank you again . Anne Hawkins

  15. Hi Lee

    I just returned from Orlando with my family. What a GREAT job you have done. Your PEOPLE are definitively Disney’s most VALUED asset.

    One example, we were returning to the Contemporary and our youngest daughter was tired and her older sister upset her. She was in tears waiting for the monorail. A Disney Transportation associate gave my daughter a PURPLE ring and then had someone send up a “signed” Snow White picture with three balloons. It made her week. THANKS for the memories. Jeff

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