Cooperatives are one of the strong stakeholder working closely with public and private sector, providing financial and nonfinancial services to its members and community. The sector is diligently working in close coordination with federal, provincial and local level governments. Simultaneously, cooperatives are the most networked community-based organization with diverse service delivery capacity in rural areas. As a result, cooperatives are able to play a significant role on human development, sustainable development goals and in constricting multidimensional poverty throughout the country. In order to well mobilizing cooperatives for their growth, and effective service delivery, National Cooperative Federation of Nepal (NCF), an apex body of the cooperative movement of all types and levels of cooperatives, is continuously functioning with the concept of changing work of world.
Representing nearly 30,000 cooperatives throughout the country with the involvement of 6.8 million individual members and has mobilizes more than 94 billion share capital, more than 4 billion savings and 4 billion as a loan investment. In this context, NCF is leading and functioning encompassing its member organizations and primary cooperatives for decent economic, social, cultural and environmental aspirations of its members and community. With the vision of “A leading Federation of Sustainable and Decent Cooperative Movement”, NCF is objectified to regularly promote, strengthen and empower cooperatives, leaders, management team and members for business orientation and social foundation. From the last couple of decades or before, NCF is focusing on the regular cooperative training and education to empower them, and to engage them in strategic alliance. Thus, empowering different level coop leaders are meaningful to drive their organization in the strategic path.
Leadership in terms of achieving organizational goal and strategy, well implementing the proposed actions, maintaining good governance, adopt technology and approach innovatively and developing oneself horizon of understanding are well-depicted only by strong and unopposed leaders. From these perspectives, the proposed forum is designed to empower leaders from holistic approach.
This National Leadership forum is a 3-day virtual event that will explore themes of leadership in the new normal context as well as an innovate strategies and approaches to lead cooperative organizations and self-development, stimulates discussions that matter for the future of cooperative leadership. This is also focuses to determine the enthusiastic leadership, leaders with the strong legislation acknowledgement and governance aspect. The forum is an opportunity to explore their own ideas and innovations to understand the meaning of leaders.
“Empowering Leaders for Enlightened Future”
The forum will provide a dynamic platform to:
Approximately 200-250 participants are expected at the Forum over the course of the three days, including:
The forum will be organized over from 27-29 September 2021 virtually, and is intended to provide
a platform for fostering leadership, active exchange, hands-on learning and sharing and will consist of:
Keynote and Plenary Presentations:Inspiring speakers from National and International forum and beyond will set the scene and outline key approaches to leadership in a New Normal world of cooperatives. A well-researched based papers covering changed aspects of cooperative leadership from renowned National and International resource person will be administrated.
Refreshment Sessions:Each day a single session of refreshment and demonstration via musical or role play session will be broadcasted. The participant is expected to entertained and focused on the next plenary session.
Closing Ceremony: Brief closing session with immediate results of event is identified for betterperformance in the future.
|1.||Cooperative’s growth on Visionary Leadership||Mr. BaluIyer||Regional Director||International Cooperative Alliance, Asia and Pacific|
|2.||Cooperatives: Current TrendsIssues and Challenges||Ms. ChitraKumariThamsuhangSubba||General Manager||National Cooperative Federation of Nepal|
Day II :
|1.||Transformational Leadership: A key to success||Mr. IndraGurung||Master Consciousness Coach||Visionary International Pvt. Ltd.|
|2.||Traditional Versus High Performance Leadership||Mr. Mahesh Dahal||Former Ambassador||Embassy of Australia|
|1.||Cooperative Legislation in Federal Structure||Mr. Man Bahadur Aryal||Joint Secretary||Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs|
|2.||Cooperative Governance: Heart of members’ Satisfaction||Mr. RameshworKhanal||Former Secretary||Ministry of Finance|
The three days’ session is subjected to compliment with a refreshment package.
NCF is supposed to publish forum flyer, social media contents and registration platform prior to the program. Participants are required to fill-up online registration form and pay their fees in advance.
The three day events apply ZOOM virtual platform to deliver contents and sessions. The registered participants will be sent a ZOOM link prior to the program date.
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Registration fees are equal for both individual and organizational participants.
|Registration Fees||NPR 5000 (Five Thousand Only) each Participant|
Account Name: National Cooperative Federation of Nepal
Bank Name : Rastriya Banijaya Bank (Pulchok, Lalitpur)
A/C No. 1140100002401001 ‘or’
Bank Name: National Cooperative Bank (New Baneshwor)
A/C No. 13000014
Only registered participants are eligible to receive zoom ID for the program.
For any inquiries regarding the forum, please contact: email@example.com or call: 01-5010033, 5010116