One of the biggest challenges for a PULSE participant is trying to make permanent changes in the organisation you’re supporting. What happens when you leave?
In finishing my assignment, I wanted to try to sum up the work I’ve been doing with Live Well. I had two very different roles:
Nobody said it was easy, no one ever said it would be this hard… Aptly enough, a line from The Scientist, by Coldplay, which was
Because you can’t get too much of a good thing, I decided to take another safari trip – this time to Etosha National Park in
Live Well is a social enterprise business owned by Care. So officially, my PULSE assignment is with Care. In reality, I’ve had little to no
Live Well has a way of throwing development opportunities at me in the same way that GSK did… most recently in the form of delivering
Victoria Falls are the best known attraction in Zambia, if not Southern Africa, given their status as the seventh wonder of the natural world. They
Live Well is a sales business. It’s very different to my experience in GSK; in primary manufacturing, I jump from thinking about the realities of
For our first full weekend in Zambia, we headed east to South Luangwa National Park. Kindly, the government had arranged two bank holidays in our
Live Well activities cover peri-urban and rural communities, with two hubs: Lusaka (the capital) and Chipata (a town in Eastern Province, near the Malawi border).
I think the theme of the first PULSE blog is similar. We are all filled with trepidation, concerns, fear even. It is significant to change