CWSC National Town Hall on Amruhum Shuraa Baynahum Part 1
The Community Wide Shuraa Conference is hosting its 2nd Town Hall Meeting discussing ‘Amruhum Shuraa Baynahum” “Straight to the Point of it all.”
Part 1 of a 6-hour discussion focusing on Shuraa Baynahum, a Qur’anic expression usually translated as Mutual Consultation, is really about how group decisions are made and work is accomplished through institutional administration, management, structure, organization, leadership, governance and the overall human relations and systems management by which the preceding functions happen and of course again the group decision-making that is essential to make it all of it happen.
We are very blessed to have the discussion include Rev. (Ret.) Alexis Easton who as a pastoral leader has had to lead and manage teams and operations in the United Methodist Church and like any of us, she has had to deal with some of the same human relations and systems management issues common to all group decision making within faith-based institutions.
The discussion includes Imam Askia Muhammad Aquil of Florida and Pres. & Chair Board of Directors Collective Empowerment Group of the Tampa Bay Area, Inc.; Retired Pastor Rev. Alexis Easton, AM360 Host of the Seerah of the Prophet and The Interfaith Experience; Imam Abdul Azeez, CWSC Board Member, Director CWSC Ambassador Programs, and AM360 Host; Imam Abdul-Hakim Abdullah, AM360 Programming Manager, Host and a Leader for Muslim Men in Action and the Islam in America Movement; Dr. Baiza Muhammad, CWSC Public Affairs Liaison, AM360 Host, and Director Newlife Horizon House, Inc; and Imam Nazim Pasha, Director AM360 Quality Assurance and Host.
The Townhall’s Moderators are: Imam Karriem Hameed, Chief Engineer AM360 & Program Host, Team Lead for Share-Your-Jumah Programming; and Mukhtar Muhammad, CWSC Executive Director, AM360 Host, Vice Pres. FAMACO Publishers LLC, and author, Genesis of New American Leadership (the Book & Blog)
The topic is Shuraa Baynahum and its importance to the group intellect in fulfilling its aspirations.