The young leaders are here! Meet Remberth Alonso Falla Zuloeta, of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Perú. He’s been a local conference leader, a national formator, and now is a member of the team of the Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program, promoting collaboration for systemic change. He also co-edits the Spanish language […]
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As we approach his feast day, let us reflect on the profound heritage that St. Vincent de Paul has entrusted to us, so that we may respond creatively to present day problems as we walk with those living in poverty.
Last year, we shared a fine presentation on the collaborative styles of Sts. Vincent and Louise. If you want to say #IamVincent, what characteristics will mark you as a leader? Because it’s not about what you SAY, it’s about what you DO! Jesse Lyn Stoner, from the Seaport Center for Collaborative leadership says (with a […]
Systemic change requires transformational leaders. They work with people to identify the needed change, creating a vision to guide the change through inspiration, and executing the change in tandem with committed members of the group.” Both Gandhi and Vincent de Paul were beloved by the people of their country and throughout the world. They continue to […]
In all the Vincentian Family, we either minister in groups, in communities, or families. On this Feast of the Holy Family, I though I would share some ideas on how this can function more fruitfully. St. Vincent de Paul had something to say, and contemporary thinkers have insights as well. Vincent In determining that the […]
One of my Vincentian friends sent me a link to an organizational development slideshare presentation about leaders and leadership that reminded me of work being done by Vincentians at DePaul University as part of Vincent on Leadership: the Hay Project. (You can view this interesting slideshare at the end of this article.) The Hay Project […]
One of the key legacies of Vincent de Paul, is “personalism,” or respect for the person. What strategies did Vincent de Paul have for inclusive communication and decision-making? How do Wisdom and Vincentian personalism help support the mission and viability all mission-driven organizations? This issue is addressed in one of a series of articles presented by […]
Sisters of Charity New York – New leadership team
Why in the world should I become a Vincentian Leader?
Investing in next generation Vincentian Leaders SVDP Canada – Emmanuel Bailly Scholarship (One of the founders of the Society)