There are multiple interpretations of the term leadership. It is necessary for a leader to continue learning while evolving as a leader and progressively improving every day. In order to become an inspiring leader, we must challenge our perceptions and preconceived notions.
On Wednesday 24 May 2017, Nika Puri delivered a Changing Perceptions workshop at the School of Health & Social Care to a group of Malawi Commonwealth Professional Fellows. This is what Nika had to say soon after delivering the workshop:
“Just finished delivering a Changing Perceptions workshop with a group of Malawi Commonwealth Professional Fellows. Feeling all motivated and enthused to change perceptions in the field of health and social care!”
The interactive workshop was themed on leadership and problem solving, and followed a discussion pattern with a focus on keeping engagement alive.
The workshop was attended by Aubrey Banda, Principal Nursing Officer; Chikondi Macheso, Deputy Maternity In-charge; Thokozire Lipato, Monitoring and Evaluation Investigation Officer; and Florence Lungu, Senior Midwifery Lecturer.
The participants found the workshop extremely useful and shared some amazing insights about the health centres in Malawi. Here is the feedback shared by the team which they called the learning chart!
If you would like to get in touch with the team of Malawi Fellows, please get in touch with Thokozire Lipato at email@example.com.
Read more about our upcoming Changing Perceptions workshop at the School of Health & Social Care by clicking on the link below:
22 June 2017, Sighthill campus, Edinburgh Napier University
Changing Perceptions – Gloag Foundation