The British School Year 9 students took part in their Leadership Development Program organized by the Borderlands PDP and Training. A total of 21 students and 2 teachers participated in the 5 days program held at the Borderland Resort.
The program started off with an early start from the British School to arrive Borderlands for preparation and packing for the 3 day trek to the Hidden fortress, Dugnagadi. The course instructors and facilitators made sure that all students were fully prepared and adequately kitted out. The trek turned out to be a real challenge due to bad weather and windstorm so had to be rerouted back to the resort where the students were involved in several team building activities. The enthusiastic participation from the students and the support from the teachers made the program highly interactive and enjoyable, while learning the skills of working together as a team for achieving results.
The Borderlands PDP and Training facilitated a one day workshop for Joint youth and student’s platform and Nepali Media. Jointly organized by Demo Finland and Nepal Press Institute the program aimed at developing mutual understanding and trust among youth leaders and media persons.
Held at Hattiban Resort in Pharping on Saturday the 13th of March the youth of different political parties engaged themselves in various team building activities to learn how they can work together to develop a better Nepal in the years to come. Understanding mutual benefits of close cooperation between press and political leaders and starting a lasting relationship between press and politicians were the main objectives of the program.
Borderlands team building initiatives provided a much needed opportunity for both the press and the youth leaders to come together for an efficient and harmonious relationship and support mechanism. Trust, communication, strategic planning and solving problems effectively and efficiently were some of the highlighted areas of the day’ session.
Borderlands PDP ran a half day team building program for IFC participants at Hyatt regency on 8th March 2011. A total of 35 members were present during this event which was focused on mainly, dealing with change and merger.
Starting with some ice breaker activities to pave the way for the afternoon, the event included some exciting problem solving initiatives which were performed in 3 sub groups followed by collective team activities to elicit merging as a bigger team.
The participants were very enthusiastic and thoroughly enjoyed the games and the learning drawn from them. The experiential learning program of the Borderlands Development and Training was much appreciated by all and further helped them understand each other better while enhancing trust, communication, planning and implementation among a few vital elements team building.