“Leadership is a difficult practice personally because it almost always requires you to make a challenging adaptation yourself … Those are hard choices because they involve both protecting what is most important to you and bidding adieu to something you previously held dear: a relationship, a value, an idea, an image of yourself.”

Ronald Heifetz,
Professor, Harvard Kennedy School and Founder, Center for Public Leadership

Leadership Lab:

All our courses are offered in a lab setting that provides an experiential learning environment. The participants are involved in exercises and simulations designed to create the urgency and ambiguity that frequently accompanies real-life leadership challenges. At the end of each topic, the participants analyze the decisions and behaviors that they and their team members exhibited in order to build greater self and group awareness.

There is no precise “rule of thumb” for changing the mindset of people, so the endeavors carried out through the Leadership Lab is largely based on experimentation, even the most subtle learnings from over half a decade have been cultivated into the course regime to date, ensuring it is thoroughly revised. Hence, the structure of the course adapts as it moves forward. Theoretical learnings garnered from throughout the world have been continually examined in the backdrop of the Nepali context.