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Mark "Marcus" Mann, Principal

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Mark (Marcus) Mann is a teacher, author, professional facilitator and keynote speaker. A recognized expert in resilience, crisis mitigation, and leadership, he trains and coaches at the team and individual level. His unconventional and pragmatic approach is credited for maximizing morale, influence, safety and profitability, while deliberately reaching the head and heart of each participant.

Mark is a former Public Sector Leader, Academy Instructor, who led the Hostage Negotiations Team, and worked as a Critical Incident Stress Peer Counselor. He completed a popular college text in 2006: Risk: Profiles, Predictions and Prevention (Pearson-Prentice-Hall Publishing) and partnered with Amazon Books in publishing Compelling Change; The Missing Element is You (2010). He is currently putting the final touches on Purely Predictable: Clues & Cues of Preventable Violence & Catastrophic Loss (Expected on Amazon.com: August 1, 2018)           

       

Mark graduated from the FBI National Academy (U.Va) in Quantico, Virginia where he studied Organizational Behavior, Employment Law and completed the Behavioral Sciences track. He volunteers with Boots to Shoes; War Veteran Transitions, and previously served on the Board of Directors for Evergreen Recovery Centers. Mark is the survivor of life-changing events; honored with the Meritorious Service Medal, and a Lifesaving Citation on three occasions. Trophies aside, he prefers to focus on helping others win the internal struggles of change and growth, personally and professionally.

 

A Final Thought from an Old Friend:

You can't leave footprints in the sands of time by sitting on your butt. Who wants to be remembered for leaving buttprints in the sands of time?  Take action, find the winners, stay in the middle of the pack, and serve. We are here to serve each other. In the end, nothing else matters.” 

                         ~ The late Bob Moawad, Mentor, Founder, Edge Learning Institute. 

          

Questions? Call Mark directly or click the email link

Thank you! 

206.501.9170 (Seattle)                                                        

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