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Application of Appreciative Inquiry in different fields

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"Dear RC, wonderful how you managed together to turnaround feelings of hopelessness, despair and powerlessness into feelings of hope and resilience. I love the way you made the new ideas actionable so that the chance of actual implementation is much…"
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"Dear RC, such appreciative generate a lot of energy amongst the participants. How do the people sustain this enthusiasm? Have you followed up on any of your AI sessions to see sustainable response? Thanks"
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"Dear Birgitta Schomaker Greetings! Thank you very much for sharing the great story. I have various experinces about magical impacts of AI. In 2012 I had a opportunity to conduct the life skill training to HIV infected 25 women of remote village of…"
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Advanced Level Appreciative Inquiry Training at Kathmandu Nepal

February 16, 2018 to February 18, 2018
To create the positive vibration and Appreciative Inquiry culture in organization and society, Advanced Level Appreciative Inquiry Training is designed for those who want to develop their career as positive transformative leaders.  In this training, participants will able to learn theoretical foundation as well as application aspects of Appreciative Inquiry. After this training, they will able to understand how AI is different than other approaches to bring the positive transformation in the…See More
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"Dear Mr Ram Chandra Lamichane, I am curious about your experience, or where your curiosity comes from. For me the S for Stimulating in SALT reminds me of Appreciative Inquiry: what (behavior, routine, way of working) is already going well (even if…"
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Ram Chandra Lamichhane
The Eastern Research Institute of Positive Science/ Imagine Nepal
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About Me:
Dr. RC Lamichhane, has been serving ACORAB as an executive director. He has done “Appreciative Inquiry for Igniting Positive Business and Social Change” from CWRU, USA. He holds Ph.D. on Peace and Community Development in Nepal: An Appreciative Inquiry Approach. He is Founder Chairperson of Eastern Research Institute of Positive Science, Chairperson of Imagine Nepal, Lecturer in Kathmandu Forestry College, ICA/IGNOU, Technical Team Leader of Institutional Development of Community of Evaluators, South Asia. He is known as management experts and have Facilitated more than 400 trainings, National and International Seminars and Workshops in Nepal, India and China. He has participated in many international conferences in Nepal, India, Srilanka, Belgium, USA, South Africa, Turkey, Korea and Malaysia. He was the Conference Coordinator, Panelist and Presenter of 4th World AI conference 2009 in Nepal. Facilitator in First International Workshop of Community Forestry, Member of International Advisory Board of 2012 world AI conference Belgium, and panelist of key note speaker in World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015 in South Africa. National Theme Leader of 8th Human Global Conference, 2012 and presenters on Appreciative Inquiry for New Sense of Growing Leadership for 21st Century organized by ICA international, He was Presenters of AI to Evaluation in Community of Evaluators' Conclave 2013. He has developed the one of the course modular in ACORAB on Social Marketing and Fund Rising Strategy for Community Radio in Nepal. He was one of plenary speakers in Asian Broadcasting Union (ABU) general assembly Istanbul Turkey on March 26, 2015. He spoke on "Building Community Resilience in Nepal". He was one of the speaker in UN-APCICT/ESCAP, Regional Dialogue in ICTD Capacity Building for Inclusive and Resilient Sustainable Development and Annual Partners Meetings Republic of Korea on "The linkage between Community Resilience and Sustainable Development in Nepal" 1-4 Dec. 2015. He was one who introduce Appreciative Inquiry Approach in Xian China in 2013. Recently he has facilitated the Appreciative Inquiry for Positive Transformation in Peking University, Department of Psychology on 15-17 Oct. 2016 and also conducted the talk program in Beijing Normal University.
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Appreciative Inquiry for Total Quality Management in Hospital

Posted on May 24, 2017 at 8:23pm 1 Comment


It was immense pleasure when I got the call from Mr. Sudhir Thakur the executive director of Eastern Region Eye Care Center (EREC). Hello Mr. RC, I am Sudhir Thakur from EREC Birtatnagar, do you remember ? we met in Dhulikhel in CBM training on Proposal Writing and Fund raising. Oh yes…


Community Radio: Means of Life line During the Crises in Nepal

Posted on May 1, 2016 at 9:00pm 2 Comments

The history of Nepal is general considered to have begun in 1768-69 B.S., when Prithivi Narayan Shah, the king of Gorkha, unified Nepal. The total area of Nepal at present is 147,181 Sq. Km. with a rectangular shape. It is about 192 Km. wide from North to South and 880 Km. long from East to West. Nepal is located between 26022' and 30027' north latitudes and 8004' and 88012' east longitudes and has four vegetation zones viz, tropical, deciduous, monsoon forest, subtropical mixed evergreen…


Nepalese Pin Hopes for Peace on Upcoming Appreciative Inquiry Conference

Posted on November 7, 2013 at 8:44pm 1 Comment

Can an Appreciative Inquiry conference slated for Jan. 8-10, 2014 in Nepal help spark peace in the conflict-ridden country? Co-organizer RC Lamichhane has high hopes it can, given his past experiences with large-group AI summits. Pictured above, speakers of the 2009 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference, which took place in Nepal. http://www.axiomnews.ca/node/3894

Appreciative Inquiry for Positive Business and Social Change

Posted on June 11, 2013 at 10:00am 1 Comment

A two days training was organized in Kathmandu for the tourism entrepreneurs on Appreciative Inquiry for Positive Business and Social Change on 7-8 June,2013. 34 business persons from the tourism development sectors were participated in the training. The peak points of the business people and tourism…


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At 1:20pm on February 22, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday RC! Your work in spreading appreciative spirit in this world is highly appreciated. Best wishes and have a wonderful birthday.

At 12:56pm on March 19, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Thanks for your encouraging me. I learned a lot from your presentation. See my write up here http://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/this-is-what-i-want-to-do

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