KILIMANJARO LEADERSHIP PROJECT

Rotterdam school of management

Erasmus University.




5
Aug

It is happening now… if I make the time for it!

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I have been eager to join the Kilimanjaro Leadership Programme since my first talk at RSM. The amazing people I would meet, the fantastic journey it would be, the great personal development opportunities I would get … and Africa, ah, Africa! The RSM Kili programme sums up what I wanted to get out of the Executive MBA in the first place: to learn from others while developing and challenging myself in new and exciting ways! Kili was once a dream but it has now becoming reality: I AM GOING! And along the joy comes the panic: how will I make…


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17
Jun

Somewhere between excitement, fear and humbleness…

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Thursday May 16th 2013 around 17h00, I am still at RSM working on an assignment. I received an Email from Hetty…I’m in! Really?… I’m in…, but I feel almost scared… Ohhh, I need to speak to my husband…”that’s cool” he says… I need to speak to my sisters… to my mum (she doesn’t pick up)… Ok. So what now? Can’t really answer that question now, I’m too excited to think. So I run around to see if I find any other future “Kili sister”, and on the way I’m telling whoever wants to hear it that I’m in…. One day…


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17
Jun

Do you know how it feels to be really excited about something but not to allow yourself much time to think about that subject?

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Hi All, I am one of the very happy participants into the 2013 Kilimanjaro Project. Though I am extremely excited about it, for now I cannot enjoy it the way I should, lost between school assignments and the challenges I have at work. My motto for these days is “One step at the time, or how not to miss the next deadline”. Today was Change management (done), tomorrow is the first blogging (almost there), next week is the Amazon’s valuation combined with a daily case write off for Sustainability. Should I mention also all researches for the In company project? Perhaps…


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17
Jun

Off to a start

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It is true, it is going to happen. I am going to climb Kilimanjaro.    Who am I? As you can read in my bio, my name is Jeanine Kok. I’m married to Peter and we have a 14 (almost 15) year old son, Vincent. I love my boys dearly. I work for ABN AMRO, where I head the Agency Syndicated Loans team. 16 People in Amsterdam, two in Singapore and one in New York. I am really hoping that at short notice we will also open shop in Brazil.   Early 2012 I started the Executive MBA, and I…


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