How Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) spent His (PBUH) day productively | Mohammed Faris | CEO | The Productive Muslim Company
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Mohammed Faris. Discover the habits and routines of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), the most Influential Man in History (according to Michael Hart "The 100"), and the founder of the fastest growing religion in the World. Learn the hidden productivity and leadership lessons that are applicable to our professional lives today from this dynamic & unique 7th century historical figure.
What you learn:
- What was the daily routine of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)? How did he spend his typical day?
- What made him achieve so much in so little time?
- What leadership lessons can we gain from his daily habits and routines?
- How to apply his daily routine and leadership skills to our professional lives?
How to translate values into actions: An Islamic excellence model | Dr. Naceur Jabnoun | Senior consultant | Sheikh Saqr Program for Government Excellence
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Mohamed Dr. Naceur Jabnoun. The culture, values, and behaviors that characterize an organization are the most important factors in determining its efficacy, effectiveness, and ability to improve. The interest in values dates back to the early eighties when Peters and waterman published in search of excellence. Despite increase writings in this topic, little has been done to help organizations translate values into actions. After the 2008 financial crisis, we have witnessed increase interest in the social entrepreneurship, for-benefit organizations and conscious capitalism. This new interest has not affected the preponderance of shareholders value in business organizations.
Knowledge about translating values into actions and for for-benefit organization need to be further developed, and better ways are needed to transfer this knowledge to businesses around the word. Business wards have effective in disseminating knowledge about Business excellence and quality management. Using business awards is also likely ensure better dissemination of knowledge about for-benefit organization and shared value. This webinar presents an Islamic excellence model that can be used as award model. This model also helps expand Islamic economic activities beyond Islamic banking, and ensures that these activities are about substance (benefit), not just form. The webinar also compares the Islamic excellence model with European excellence model and the American Baldrige excellence model.
What you learn:
- How to mover from shareholders value to shared value and from a peripheral social responsibility to a for-benefit organization.
- How to expand Islamic economic activities beyond Islamic banking and to ensure they are about substance (benefit), not just form.
- How does the Islamic excellence model compare with European excellence model and the American Baldrige excellence model.
Self Evaluation in Ramadan | Dr. Sultan Abdulhameed | Professor of Atmospheric Sciences| Stony Brook University
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Sultan Abdulhameed.
"Anyone who fasts and engages in self-evaluation (Ihtisaab) in Ramadan will find heaven". Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (saw).
While the practice of fasting during Ramadan is widely followed, the instruction about self-evaluation has largely been forgotten.
Self-evaluation means to assess where you are in life, set goals for the future, and think of what you can do to get there. The process of self-evaluation makes you pro-active in directing your life. Unless we take the initiative our lives will be shaped by circumstances. Practical aspects of self-evaluation will be discussed in our meeting.
Watch Webinar @ Self Evaluation in Ramadan