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Self-awareness, Empathy and Opposition with Mohammed Hasan was a highly interactive and engaging talk. The information was presented in a way that allowed the audience to put themselves in the shoes of other individuals, a perspective that many of us often take for granted. The message of his talk is strong. Hasan was our first speaker, and his presentation was full of life. His rich sense of humor, excellent word choice, and welcoming body language caused for a strong start to our event! Mohammed Hasan has a talent for speaking- we are so grateful that he spoke at our first event and we hope to have him again!
The Non-Profit Management workshop Mohammed Almathil did at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center should be a requirement for each mosque. There is a huge need for a culture change in our Muslim institutions. It is not Prophetic for us to be late to meetings; it is not
Prophetic to come unprepared to meetings; it is not Prophetic for us operate without community input. Mohammed’s workshop is a great starting point to make the culture shift in our organizations to become more Prophetic.
The MSA Organizational Workshop instructed by our beloved teacher Mohammed Almathil was something that every attendee reached out to me later in the day praising and appreciating. They all expressed that it benefited them as future MSA members alhamdulilah! As a graduating, second-term President — this was the exact workshop I needed to attend in order to be guided to make the right changes to make the future MSA even stronger and more organized than it ever was. Almathil is a very dear teacher to UAlbany MSA, and we truly appreciated his company.
The Leadership workshop with Mohammed Almathil was engaging, interactive and brimmed with practical knowledge. It introduced new concepts that will be vital in improving not only our organization’s structure but also in the way our members will communicate with one another. A must for any group or organization that seeks to develop itself and play a more effective role in the community.
The workshop was very informative and provided practical steps to better running our organization. I found much of what was taught in the class to be useful in my business and personal life as well and would recommend this workshop to anyone wanting to learn better management skills.
The non profit management workshop with Mohammed Almathil was extremely beneficial for our center. The material was organized and presented in a clear fashion for the attendees regardless of their respective positions. The practical aspects of the workshop were the most beneficial as they set us on track to begin implementing the structure into our local organization.
We had the pleasure of having Br Mohammed Almathil address our members. The program was much more than a “motivational” workshop on change. It was an inspirational and energizing session that provided us with tools and insights to manage change within our organization and in our personal lives as well. The morning program for our leadership was very stimulating as well. Br Mohammed Almathil delivered exactly what we were looking for. His speech provided practical insight into how to more effectively implement and manage change within our organization
The Compassionate Communication workshop was very beneficial whether the attendee came as a masjid board member, spouse, or daughter/son. Mohammed Hasan provided many useful tips to improve our communication skills. His interactive style kept the audience fully engaged throughout the sessions. I highly recommend this workshop to anyone that wants to improve their communication skills, especially in the work environment or family/relationships. I thoroughly enjoyed this workshop and look forward to organizing another one in the future.
Psychology and human interaction – despite Islamic teaching devoting so much time to this topic – is a field inadequately presented to a modern audience, and when it is presented, the discussion is only limited to improve your good character or such truisms and tautologies that seem inadequate for such an important topic. What the Compassionate Communication workshop with Mohammad Hasan did differently is weave in modern research, real-life examples, and Islamic teachings into an effective – and practical – whole. I really enjoyed the workshop, as did the several youth juniors that were in the audience. We were so impressed with Mohammad Hasan and his team at Oaktree that we are inviting him for an education session for our youth group later in the spring.