Browse All Categories
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on April 11, 2019
In quiet moments of late, I’ve been recalling moments from my leadership life where my best attempts to communicate were misconstrued or misunderstood. These were not bad faith incidents, although ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on March 04, 2019
My previous reflection on long-sight generated a number of responses. Some of you who responded spoke of inspiration. Others of you pointed out that long-sightedness pushes a person beyond moral ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on January 28, 2019
One of the reasons meetings become such wastes of time and money is that leaders, managers, and meeting facilitators repeatedly fail to frame the context. Another is that leaders and managers ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on January 02, 2019
A question I frequently ask CEOs is whether the ownership/board and C-Suite executives have five years of patience.
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on April 12, 2018
How does one lead without micromanaging, most especially when there is such high risk of liability/failure/ethical compromise?  What distinction can be drawn, really, between that of Management and ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on August 24, 2017
    We would like to invite all interested persons to the 2018 Stewardship Summit 23-25 January 2018 -- near Memphis, TN.  ________________ A recent privilege to work with an organization trying to ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on June 04, 2014
Here is a recent exchange with my class I'm currently teaching for CLA's Online Academy regarding executive leadership (FYI - the next round of classes are about to start!). It is brief but I thought ...
Mark L. Vincent
By Mark L. Vincent
on March 05, 2014
I have a tendency to skim over information that seem like territory I've covered before. Just because I've covered it doesn't mean others have, however. I have to keep getting thunked on the side of ...