Introducing the CWSC Building the Community Life Seminar

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CWSC Building the Community Life Seminar

 

Mondays 9 a.m. EST, you’re invited to a national weekly seminar on AM360.org entitled Building the Community Life Seminar, a new AM360.org series on Leadership & the Tools of Management.

This CWSC Weekly Seminar is part of the Learning Lab concept and designed to help communities in the areas of leadership and its operational components including systems and resource identification and management, organization, group decision-making, structure, transparency, accountability, and responsibility, the impact of technology, and much more.

Principal resources used include Al-Qur’an, Hadith, the Commentary of Imam Dr. W. Deen Mohammed (R), the CWSC Website, and the text and blog, Genesis of New American Leadership.

In addition to hosting periodic special guests, the national radio audience will be regularly invited to participate live on air and to send in comments in advance of weekly broadcasts to info@cwsc.us, tweet @CWShuraa, facebook a question, or leave a listener comment on the CWSC comment line at (910) 317-0297. join us for a lively conversation as each week together we work to overcome the cultural barriers to operational excellence. [Click above on the Listen for the inaugural BTCLS Session of June 3, 2019. Subsequent Seminar sessions appear below.]

 

PART ONE – THE FOUNDATION

Episode 2: Overview, Acknowledgments, and Foreword  – June 10, 2019

Episode 3: Preface and Ch. 1 Centralization to Decentralization – June 17, 2019

Episode 4: Ch. 2 Decentralization to Interdependence – BTCLS 1.0 Think Tank Project on Connecting Shuraa & Salat – June 24, 2019

Episode 5: Amruhum Shuraa Baynahum & Salat: Making the Connections for Governance, Operations and Administration – July 1, 2019

Episode 6: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership – July 8, 2019

Episode 7: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership, Transitioning Away from CPBL to Institutional Leadership – July 15, 2019

Episode 8: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership, Leading and Following with Sincerity and Under Discipline. BTCLS 2.0 Think Tank Project: Lessons from the Battle of Badr – July 22, 2019

Episode 9: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership, Being Truly Inclusive: Women’s Rights to a Safe Comfortable Worship Environment. BTCLS 2.0 Think Tank Project: Lessons from the Battle of Uhud – July 29, 2019

Episode 10: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Massacres in El Paso and Dayton: Consequences & Implications, Most Important: What Are You Willing to Do? – August 5, 2019

Episode 11: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. An Eidul Adha Prayer, An Incident and Opportunity to Evaluate and Demonstrate in Prayer What We Must Also Demonstrate in Shuraa. What Are You Willing to Do? – August 12, 2019

Episode 12: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Revisiting the relationship between charismatic personality-based leadership and institutional leadership and introducing special recurring guest Fatih Ameen presenting Technology Today and how the new information age impacts the building of the community life. – August 19, 2019

Pause for Founders Day Special in honor of Imam Thomas Abdul Salaam. CWSC has by official proclamation declared August 26 as CWSC Founder’s Day to be celebrated annually. The commemoration date was established to honor the life, contributions and legacy of CWSC and AM360 founder Imam Thomas Abdul-Salaam (R) and is marked with on-air and on-line remembrances, interviews, tributes and other appropriate recognition of the sacrifice and commitment Thomas demonstrated till his last days of serving Allah (SWT) and his community. His motto “If it is to be, it’s up to me” has now brought us to the bigger community vision of “If it is be, it’s up to we.” Be inspired! – August 26, 2019

Episode 13: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Due to Hurricane Dorian interruption of our regular programming, a special airing of a Founder’s Day program in honor of the Twin Servant of Peace Imam Thomas Abdul Salaam (R). – September 2, 2019

Episode 14: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Revisiting the relationship between charismatic personality-based leadership and institutional leadership and joining us is special recurring guest computer education specialist Fatih Ameen of New York presenting Technology Today: How the new information age impacts the building of community life. In this special extended edition of The Seminar, we’ll deal with the Human Relations Aspect of Leadership Part 1, plus some surprises including commentary on sober patriotism and the real history of racism. This episode is dedicated to the memory of American Muslim Pioneer Brother Shaya formerly of New York who used his knowledge of technology, electronics and sound to help Imam Dr. W Deen Mohammed (R) usher in a new beginning for Al-Islam in America and the world.– September 9, 2019.

Episode 15: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Special guest host Imam Karriem Hameed leads the Seminar this week and reminds us that building the community life requires a reverence, first for the Creator and then for the wombs that bear us…including our mothers (ummi) who bring us here physically and nurture us and our communities (ummah) that sustain our social and institutional bonds at the group intellect level. This episode is dedicated to the memory of American Muslim Pioneer the late Imam Bilal “the General” Muhammad formerly of Hinesville, GA – September 16, 2019

Episode 16: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Special guest host M. Nailah Abdullah leads the Seminar this week accompanied with the reading of Genesis of New American Leadership by AM360 Poet Laureate Bilal Abdullah of New Orleans; plus Fatih Ameen presents Technology Today: How the new information age impacts the building of community life. This episode is dedicated to the memory of the late American Muslim Pioneer Edward Abdullah formerly of Jacksonville, FL – September 23, 2019

Episode 17: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Revisiting the relationship between charismatic personality-based leadership and institutional leadership and special recurring guest Fatih Ameen presenting Technology Today and how the new information age impacts the building of the community life. This episode is dedicated to the memory of the late American Muslim Pioneer Omar Muhammad (1934-2019) formerly of Trenton, NJ. – September 30, 2019

Episode 18: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. On socialization and communication in effective institutional management and on Bayah – The Pledge of Allegiance, Oath of Office, Letters of Appointment, plus reflecting on the cosmos, a light year, x-rays, smartphone reception, internet site suffixes, and STEM futures for young minds. Plus an overview is given for the upcoming October 30 CWSC National Town Hall on Domestic Violence Awareness. This episode is dedicated to American Muslim Pioneer Taheerah R. Muhammad of Jacksonville, FL. – October 7, 2019

Episode 19: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. Stopping the 80% blame game in favor of the 100% accountability for our future; A discussion on the effect of autonomy post decentralization, on governance and a consequent need for evolution from decentralization to interdependence. Plus linking leadership in Salat to leadership in institutional management and organization; avoiding overdependence on one person or subset of believers. And on Technology Today and its impact on building community life…this week: Understanding satellites and geosynchronous orbits; challenging the First Law of Thermodynamics and monopolies. This episode is dedicated to American Muslim Pioneer Imam Cornelius Hazziez, a military veteran and member of the Jacksonville Masjid of Al-Islam in Jacksonville, Florida. – October 14, 2019 (pending)

Episode 20: Ch. 3 Prophet Muhammed (SA), the Office of Imam, and the Institutionalization of Leadership. On socialization and communication in effective institutional management and on Bayah – The Pledge of Allegiance, Oath of Office, Letters of Appointment, plus reflecting on the cosmos, a light year, x-rays and you, internet site suffixes, and STEM futures for young minds. Plus an overview is given for the upcoming October 30 CWSC National Town Hall on Domestic Violence Awareness. This episode is dedicated to the memory of the late American Muslim Pioneer Q. Sabir Wangara formerly of Jacksonville, FL – October 21, 2019 (pending)

 

 


“Education is the greatest tool for advancing the society.” We do want to advance our society, don’t we? Are you a part of a society or are you just a part of a Masjid?”―Imam W. Deen Mohammed (R)

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