Connecting local responses around the world
As I am rereading the summary of our initiation weekend, I realize that there were two learning items that I had not included in the initial report.
The first reflection was around the envelopes. While the core of our work consists of identifying our strengths and those of others, I believe we need to be mindful not to create an artificial and contrived exercise around the envelopes. In other words, the observations should be stimulated but not forced. Otherwise the danger is to…Continue
A drizzly February Friday afternoon, but soon the halls of our new training venue (Institute of Neurocognitivism) is filled with warmth and laughter around the cocktail tables filled with edibles and drinks. Our 12 participants have all arrived and are getting to know each other.…Continue
The above words were spoken by Namara Arthur Araali, the founder and Director of Health Nest Uganda (HENU).
What follows is the story of an extraordinary man who has accomplished extraordinary things.
The story of Namara Arthur Araali, now 48, probably began with his childhood, more specifically…Continue
On September 17-19, we had our second SALT training in English in the Belgian capital.
12 inspired, curious and inspiring participants came from many places (even as far as Switzerland), but most were from around here and many were professional facilitators who came to know and appreciate the SALT approach and who expressed their dream of building it into their work. …Continue