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ANLP blog 2.0

Dear ANLP Colleagues, It is a delight to touch base with you even if for a few seconds. Ten days of fun and getting to do things together that you would probably never have the opportunity to do. Give ...

ANLP blog 2.0

Exciting. Cant wait to start reading the first blogs. Enjoy the experience and learn learn learn. ...

ANLP ALUMNI WHERE ARE YOU?

...  from a world renowned leadership trainer and couch. The interesting thing is, the speaker has agreed to give the training for free after being approached by the ENLP Dutch local circle. As such the trainin ...

ANLP ALUMNI WHERE ARE YOU?

Thank you Esther for this blog post.It is thought provoking. This is especially interesting to me as I am part of the Kenyan ANLP alumni. You ask pertinent questions as well as challenge all of us to spread ...

ANLP ALUMNI WHERE ARE YOU?

Thank you for this insightful commentary Esther. Indeed it is not always easy to identify fellow alumni in country and elsewhere. I think the steps of meeting a different conferences, and also wearing ...

ANLP ALUMNI WHERE ARE YOU?

... you going to optimize the network of 39 Kenyan alumni? I am looking forward to see the change, you Esther, are going to make by completing you peers. ...

Reflect, Rediscover and Roar- We CAN, We MUST

... ot also a lot of mirrors, alone when reflecting or during the feedback after hosting or on a daily basis when discovering the humanity and care coming from fellow and the organizing team. We had mirrors w ...

Reflect, Rediscover and Roar- We CAN, We MUST

Another truly inspiring blog!! It makes me think back on my reflection and the important role it plays in my self discovery and growth! Thanks for starting up the fire again! Your first week is almost ...

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 and build on it to better myself. As soon as one realize, like you said in your blog, that your peers are not giving you feedback for the purpose of hurting you, it will open up so many doors ...

I HAD A DREAM – TODAY IT BECAME A REALITY

Congratulations Dr Heather, I remember that day like it was yesterday! It was such a joy celebrating with you. It also gave me hope to also keep pushing with my PhD. everything is possible if we put our ...

I HAD A DREAM – TODAY IT BECAME A REALITY

Beloved Heather, congratulations,this is a great achievement and you are just starting. I agree that celebration such in a place like ANLP with people who value PhD is comforting. ...

Making diversity nutrition in Africa’s strength

... done, very interesting blogs, very good writers. The blog has been a reflection of my own ANLP journey thus far..... “start doing” “stop doing” “keep doing”. Enjoy your last day of this trans-formative ...

Overcoming our fears: The high rope challenge at ANLP

...  was about working together as a team and supporting each other - the support I received from my fellow participants and the facilitators is still something that I appreciate to this day and that taugh ...

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 ...

All hands on board

Sitting by the bank of the popular Vaal river this evening, I could not help but reflect on what I have learnt from my ANLP training up to this point. A popular song came to mind “we are the world we are ...

Being William.

... we should really be reflecting soberly on these questions. With an example like William, I have no excuse for failing to make a change no matter how small it is. I should not wait for someone else to ...