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You Can Care!

Posted by Mark L. Vincent on Jun 24, 2019 11:27:21 AM
The woman I’m fortunate to call my wife went for a walk with me in a city that lies along a lakeshore. We came across this quote from Abraham Lincoln in a speech to the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society before being elected president.
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Topics: Mission and vision, Vision and mission, deep transformation, leadership paradigm, executive education, Executive Development, leadership excellence, executive leadership training, executive communication, leadership communication, leadership formation, spirituality and business, leadership wisdom, personal branding, relationship capital, executive learning, executive vocation, forward-thinking realized, business success, organizational story, leadership legacy, corporate culture, leadership transition, identifying adaptive change, board engagement, Company Founder, business, reflections, stakeholder engagement, leadership, coaching

Leadership Fable: wise owl meets young buck

Posted by Mark L. Vincent on Dec 12, 2014 6:30:00 AM

...and young buck gets wiser.

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Topics: process consulting, organizational development consulting, executive coaching, executive leadership, organizational development muse, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, executive education, leadership development methods, executive case studies

Organizational Leaders and Overcoming

Posted by Aurora Rogers on Mar 10, 2014 6:00:00 AM

I want to share with you one of the most powerful and elemental truths I have recently encountered.

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Topics: process design, process consulting, executive coaching, leadership development, executive leadership, Design Group International, small business development, executive education, executive develpment

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