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ANLP ALUMNI WHERE ARE YOU?

Esther, I echo your worries :sad: . I have asked these questions time and time again. I believe there are improvements we can make in the 'in-country' nutrition leadership frameworks. For example, tomorro ...

LESSONS IN LIVING AND LEARNING FROM FEEDBACK

Interesting! I tried this with my team immediately I arrived from ANLP, though new, but team members found it not interesting to receive negative feedback from colleagues. it's really one of those leadershi ...

LESSONS IN LIVING AND LEARNING FROM FEEDBACK

Feedback was not something I was familiar with before ANLP. I have seen in the past year what a big role it plays in leadership development and in my own development in my workplace. I constantly ask for ...

LESSONS IN LIVING AND LEARNING FROM FEEDBACK

Great Galase, thank you. It is high time we are frank with ourselves and accept the feedback from our friends as they are meant to improve our relationship one with another.It is great to have reflection ...

My passion, your passion

Today was as usual another day filled with impacting sessions at the 2017 ANLP.  It has been a whole week of deep immersion into the tenets of nutrition leadership.  Today’s theme was advocacy and lobbying ...

All hands on board

... Leadership in Africa session today, I asked why this was the first time I was hearing about all these competences: policy development and implementation and evidence generation and contextualization of ...

Who is to blame for failed targets?

The faces of the ANLP 2017 participants went blank and clueless when Alice (ANLP Alumnus – 2013, facilitator of the leadership session) introduced the topic for the period – “LOCUS OF CONTROL”. What could ...

Who is to blame for failed targets?

The faces of the ANLP 2017 participants went blank and clueless when Alice (ANLP Alumnus – 2013, facilitator of the leadership session) introduced the topic for the period – “LOCUS OF CONTROL”. What could ...

Make the most of every opportunity to learn

It was a wonderful opportunity that I was selected to participate in the African Nutrition Leadership Programme (ANLP) in 2016 and had the privilege of a great learning experience. Human life, from the ...