Nobody is perfect. There is always something to be learned. I believe ideal is a relative term. For instance, how you take charge of the family is different to what you do at the workplace. Leadership at the community level is different from that at the national level. Hence, leaders are obliged to perform differently in different situations”
In this edition of Business 360, we spoke to Bhushan Tuladhar, Board Member of Sajha Yatayat and Chief of Party, USAID Air Pollution Project, about his views on leadership and the challenges of climate change in Nepal.
In this edition of Business 360, we spoke to Mani R Lamichhane, Director of Research, Planning and Monitoring at Nepal Tourism Board and the National Project Coordinator of Sustainable Tourism for Livelihood Recovery Project (UNDP), about his thoughts on leadership and some of the challenges of tourism in Nepal.
Jimmy Lama, the Co-founder and Executive Director of Helambu Education and Livelihood Partnership (HELP), spoke to Business 360 recently about his thoughts on #leadership and the challenges and future of education in Nepal.
For me, leaders are those who are open-minded about learning along with being able to take on the responsibilities that come along with it.
In this edition of Business 360, we spoke to Amit Agrawal, the Co-Founder and Director of Khalti Digital Wallet, about what leadership means to him.
In his 27 years of hospitality career, Vishal Mehra, Cluster General Manager, overseeing the Kathmandu Marriott Hotel and the Fairfield by Marriott, has learnt to stay calm in the face of challenging situations, to keep the focus on what matters, and to deliver consistently.
In a career that moves easily between boardrooms and shooting-recording studios, Harshawardhan Shahani, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of V-Chitra Advertising, keeps both sides of his brain humming.