Title: Leadership and Management Education in the Context of Nepal's Community, Organizational and National Development Podcast
Publication Date: 09/26/11
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Please join RCLA Fellow and NYU Wagner Adjunct Associate Professor Robertson Work and Nepali colleagues to learn about an ongoing collaboration to design leadership and human development graduate curricula and trainings for the School of Environmental Management and Science (SchEMS) at Pokhara University in Nepal. Robertson Work, adjunct associate professor of public administration, is founder/director of Innovative Leadership Services and serves as a consultant to UNDP, UNDESA and the East-West Center, among other international organizations. Mr. Work is also a Fulbright Specialist assisting universities overseas and a Fellow of the NYU Wagner Research Center for Leadership in Action. Formerly he was UNDP Principal Policy Advisor on Decentralized Governance. Dr. Tatwa Timsina is Director of Research and Training for the School of Environmental Management and Science at Pokhara University, Nepal. He is also Associate Professor at Tribhuvan University, Nepal, Executive Director of the Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) International, and Chairman of ICA Nepal, an NGO conducting leadership, community and organizational training and development throughout the country. Mr. Kushendra Bahadur Mahat is the Executive Director of the School of Environmental Science and Management (SchEMS) at Pokhara University, Nepal. He is also the Chairman of Karnali Integrated Rural Development and Research Center (KIRDARC) and the President of Rotary Club of Rudramati, Nepal. Mr. Mahat has a Masters of Business Administration from Tribhuwan University, Nepal.

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