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About NZANLP

NZANLP is a non-profit Incorporated Society run for its members by an annually elected committee. The Committee are all volunteers and are involved because we are passionate about NLP and want to see NLP thrive in New Zealand. Here is some more information about us:

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Meet the Committee

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Gloria Henderson
President

For Gloria, NZANLP is important to bring the NLP community together and promote the use of NLP processes to support the health and well-being of New Zealanders.  Gloria has a coaching practice and offers training workshops.

 

Gloria has rejoined the NZANLP Leadership Team after formerly serving as President, Secretary and Membership Co-ordinator from 2014-2019 and Registration Board Chair for a few months in 2020/21. 

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Vacant
Treasurer

We are looking for someone with basic accounting skills or self-employment experience, energy, and enthusiasm to join the NZANLP Committee.

In this role, you will be responsible for the management of the Association’s financial affairs and maintaining the internal controls relating to payments and receipts.

You will have the support and assistance of the committee and similarly, you will play a part in assisting other committee members with decision making, special projects, and growing a thriving NLP community in New Zealand.

If this sounds like you, or you would like more information, contact Gloria Henderson: president@nzanlp.org.nz

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Lorraine Newman
Secretary

Bio to come...

Lee Flavell
Membership Co-ordinator

I have always been passionate about health and fitness and the many factors influencing the well being of peoples lives. Spending a great deal of my working life nursing in both general and private sectors has given me a variety of experiences into the complexity of one’s own unique life.

 

Completing my NLP Master Practitioners and obtaining my ICI Coaching certification in 2019 I now share my time between owning my own business and contracting as a Community Support worker with young children with autism spectrum disorder.

These are certainly unprecedented times we are facing. Now more than ever it is so important to come together to support and assist one another and keep NZANLP moving forward with confidence.  

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Franciska Neuhauser
Social Media Co-ordinator

Franciska completed her NLP Master Practitioner training in 2019 and splits her time between her private practice and postgraduate studies in Health Psychology.

Prior to retraining as a therapist, Franciska came from a background in Finance, Recruitment, Human Resources Management, Web Design, and Copywriting; and brings years of experience working with social media (from even before the advent of Facebook!) to her role as Social Media Co-ordinator.

Franciska gains immense satisfaction from helping others and believes that by fostering a supportive, connected, and empowering NLP community, we can make the world a better place.

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Vacant
Newsletter Editor

We are looking for someone who enjoys desktop publishing, with a high attention to detail, energy, and enthusiasm to join the NZANLP Committee.

​In this role, you will be responsible for collating the bi-monthly newsletter as well as responding to enquiries related to the newsletter.

​You will have the support and assistance of the committee and similarly, you will play a part in assisting other committee members with decision making, special projects, and growing a thriving NLP community in New Zealand.

​If this sounds like you, or you would like more information, contact Gloria Henderson: president@nzanlp.org.nz

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Vacant
Events Co-ordinator

We are looking for someone with great organisational skills, energy, and enthusiasm to join the NZANLP Committee.

In this role, you will be responsible for co-ordinating our bi-annual conference as well as professional development days (some of which take place online).

You will have the support and assistance of the committee and similarly, you will play a part in assisting other committee members with decision making, special projects, and growing a thriving NLP community in New Zealand.

If this sounds like you, or you would like more information, contact Gloria Henderson: president@nzanlp.org.nz

Committee
Role Descriptions