PEACE. POWER. POTENTIAL.

 

THREE FACTS ABOUT YOU

 
  • You are the single most underutilized
    resource in your life
  • You have an in-built potential for success
    and high performance.
  • The place to begin is the simplest and most profound question of all: Who do you think you are?

AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUR SUPERPOWERS

SESSION 1: 12TH JANUARY 2020

SESSION 2: 26TH JANUARY 2020

KATHMANDU, NEPAL

Warning: realizing these three factors at play in your life can be life changing- come prepared!

UNLEASHING YOUR SUPERPOWERS

As players in a demanding, competitive industry, the ability to stay ahead of the curve and win big depends on our ability to show up, stand out and catalyse the creative performance of the whole team. Cultivating the speed, enthusiasm and resilience needed to be high value ideators and dynamic industry leaders will be the focus of this training.

This is not, however, an entirely corporate exercise- all of this begins with YOU, the individual.

I’ve spent the last 10 years working internationally with multinational corporations, entrepreneurs, think tanks, innovators, and people with the rare combination of desire + potential to be changemakers within their families, communities, organizations and countries.

Here’s what I’ve discovered:
Success is about leverage- leveraging what you have and what you know to skyrocket your progress toward everything you want in life.

That’s what this training is about.

My promise: taking you from generic to memorable and average to epic.

Enjoy where you are now- because that might all change by the time this training is over!

BIOS

MAHIMA SHRESTHA

 

Mahima is obsessed with bringing bright people together to solve complex problems.

With an extensive background in media and crisis communications, she has worked with government, multilateral, private and non-profit organizations in a wide range of sectors including aviation, hydropower, tourism, investment climate reform, criminal justice, finance, education, telecommunications and healthcare.

This diversity in her work portfolio has given her unique insight into what it takes for people to put aside differences, overcome traumatic history and find a way to move forward individually and collectively. She spends several months every year speaking at conferences and festivals, being interviewed for podcasts and broadcast and conducting trainings in locations as varied as Kathmandu, Oslo, Charlottesville, London and Seoul- to audiences ranging from a few hundred people to several thousand.

CONTACT DETAIL

 

mahima@mopcommunications.com

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