The Soaltee Hotel, Kathmandu

1 Day / 10 Speakers
2 Moderators / 100 Enthusiasts
TODAY MEETS TOMORROW

March 26, 2023

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CEO UNPLUGGED

CEO Unplugged is a yearly forum organized by Glocal Pvt. Ltd. comprising a series of a panel discussions where we try to establish a forum to discuss contemporary business challenges, opportunities, and futuristic views with a sight of experiential learning to the newcomers in the business and students with an objective
Today Meets Tomorrow

Skills are a critical asset for individuals, businesses, and societies. The importance of skills is even more pronounced in a dynamic, globalized world. Building basic skills early on, by broadening and improving the quality of early childhood, is essential. But it is also crucial to ensure that skills taught at school are relevant for the working world; that they are maintained and further improved during working life; and that they are recognized and used by employers once people are in the labor market.

Sharing and Learning

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Learn from renowned CEOs as they share their core knowledge, wisdom, strategy and tactics in a company lifecycle. Gain new perspective and discover emerging trends required to accelerate and sustain growth!

Networking

Meeting of Minds

Highly anticipated event filled with thought provoking CEOs and Entrepreneurs where you’re bound to share a handshake, some great conversation, resources, networks, and innovative ideas. We give you opportunities to meet the people and have the conversations that matter to you!

Panel 1

Sustainable Business for Green Economy

In a green economy, sustainable businesses are key players in driving the transition towards a more sustainable and equitable future. By operating in a responsible and sustainable manner, these businesses can help to reduce the negative impacts of economic activity on the environment and to promote the development of a more sustainable and resilient economy. To be sustainable, a business must consider the long-term implications of its actions and make decisions that take into account the environmental, social, and economic impacts of those actions. This can involve adopting green technologies and practices, reducing waste and emissions, and sourcing materials and energy from renewable sources.

This panel discussion aims to introduce Sustainable Business to young inspirations that operate in a way that is environmentally friendly and socially responsible, while also being financially viable. The discussion will also explore the conceptual framework about businesses that must adopt sustainable practices and integrate them into their operations.

Panel 2

Transformational Leadership: Breaking and Moving Beyond the Barriers

 

Transformational leadership is an approach to leadership in which leaders inspire and motivate followers to strive for personal development and advancement in addition to achieving their goals. Transformational leaders seek to instill a shared vision in their followers and empower them to take ownership of their work, encouraging them to question the status quo and think creatively. The ability to break down and move beyond barriers is an important aspect of transformational leadership. This can include overcoming roadblocks or challenges, as well as breaking down traditional ways of thinking or doing things in order to find new and innovative solutions.

The panel discussion will focus on the characteristics of transformational leaders, the benefits & challenges of transformational leadership, the impact of transformational leadership on individual and organizational performance, Strategies for implementing transformational leadership in various settings & exploring examples of transformational leadership in action. It will also introduce a framework of  transformational leadership style that motivates youths to embrace change by cultivating a company culture of accountability, ownership, and workplace autonomy.

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