20 New ELP Fellows Create Learning Community
By Jenna Ringelheim - National Program Director
The 20 new Fellows in our New England Regional Network had their orientation retreats in May in Harvard, MA. This retreat focused on creating a community through a half day of community building exercises and discussions followed by two days of intensive diversity training. The retreat concluded with the formation of work groups to help guide the Fellows' development of their Personal Leadership Plans.
In August, the New England Fellows will attend their second ELP retreat and will be joined by 16 Fellows from our Eastern Regional Network. The focus of our second retreat will focus on learning organizations, systems thinking, and an introduction to personal mastery.
“Changing the current course of our interactions with nature begins with humility, but it does not end there – relationships, understanding and the evolution of our skills play a crucial role too. ELP supplies all of these.”
Justin Freiberg2012 Fellow
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