The Art of Persuasion

→  December 19th, 2013  →  Leadership Organization Development Persuation

Have you ever tried to get your employees, friends or family members to do something and they did not? What methods did you use? Do you force others into action? How does that usually go? Do they become more resistant or carry out the task reluctantly with poor results? If you want to convince people [...]

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Words Have Power

→  October 16th, 2013  →  Communication Personal Development Words

Have you experienced one of the following situations? You come to work full of enthusiasm and energy, but after hearing various negative comments from a colleague, you feel completely drained. Your colleague’s comments sap your energy and bring your mood down. During a conversation with you, someone talked badly about someone else; your views about [...]

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The Power of Your Words

→  October 16th, 2013  →  Family Words

Once there was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him to hammer one into the fence every time he lost his temper.  The first day, the boy used 37 nails. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the [...]

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Words are the Mightiest of Weapons

→  October 16th, 2013  →  Organization Development Words

Words are the mightiest weapon in the human repertoire. We use them in all situations, to express our love, hate, happiness, sadness and anger among many other expressions. We use them in our prayers and our fights. We use them to build relationships and to destroy them. Most likely you are where you are today [...]

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The Five Pillars of Effective Communication

→  December 15th, 2010  →  Communication Leadership Organization Development

Communication is at the root of every success. The Quran and hadith put a lot of emphasis on communicating the message in the most beautiful and easy to understand and acceptable way. Indeed, the Quran uses the most appropriate language, tone, stories and parables to convey the message of Allah in the simplest and clearest [...]

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Effective Communication

→  December 15th, 2010  →  Communication Leadership Personal Development

When Allah commanded Musa (PBUH) to go to Pharaoh to communicate to him the mission, Musa (PBUH) acknowledged that his communication skills were not effective enough. He asked The Almighty to help him improve his speaking skills so that his message could be understood.  He also requested the support of his brother, Harun (PBUH), who [...]

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