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Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on May 19, 2022
The Maestro-level letter, a brief burst of wisdom, is sent each Sunday morning to all Maestro-level leader cohort participants. Every now and then one of those letters seems to seek a larger audience ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on October 07, 2021
The National Christian Foundation of Wisconsin convened the recent FUEL Conference. The collaborative planning included such groups as: Convene Truth at Work C12 Center for Christian Leadership at ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on March 04, 2021
Momentum can help or harm.   If you have made it to a ski slope in this unusual year, you have recently seen that once inertia is overcome, it becomes easier to make a move, keep moving, and build ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on February 18, 2021
  Through the many years of developing this Community of Practice, we call Design Group International , I have been a member of the clergy. Because of that, I'm often asked if I expect people to be ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on May 04, 2020
If leaders can (re)learn any one thing from Pandemic Time, it is that the proverbial house is always falling down. Leaders are foolish to step back and say “There, that’s done,” or “Whew! That’s ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on May 18, 2015
My family story is one of holding our household together through my wife's long battle with leiomyosarcoma. Eighteen occurrences in sixteen years is a lot for anyone. We've made it this far, raising ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on April 13, 2015
In the online classes I teach on executive leadership, we often discuss paradoxes leaders must embrace. One such paradox is that the decision-making speed demanded of executive leaders is both fast ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on March 05, 2015
A recent interaction with some executive leadership students thinking with me in sessions I'm privileged to facilitate with Christian Leadership Alliance provoked the following thoughts: