Case Study of the Nu Moorish International Group
The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development Mir No.10 is here to improve the development Of humanity, we aim to educate and uplift our present condition and restore consciousness to a higher level our values consist of honesty integrity and loyalty.All of these values will be used to ascend and enhance and build confidence.
Each of these values wills foundation. Leadership is essential and key to promote growth within our congregation the foundation will be embarking on principles that will encourage higher learning and establish discipline for a learning environment manifest great minds that produce great thoughts.
The laws of I. S. L. A. M will be used as a tool teach the mastery of self guidance Teaching is the most prominent tool used to help with guidance, discipline self order. T. N. M. I. G. will be instrumental in gearing our constituents for higher Learning so they can be effective not only in society but also at home as well. The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development Mir No. 10 is not governed under any defacto laws or any entity under the corporation is ordered under The Moorish International Group of Science and Development.
We are a freeborn people and are the Autochocton of Amexem we here at The Moorish International Group of Science is here to empower, to become and to create without any commands. TheNu Moorish International Group of Science and Development Mir No. 10, I deem it proper to submit a brief statement of our organization, covering its inception, rise and progress and of the Mohammedan religion. Which I hope will be satisfactory to you and be the means of causing you all times to adhere to the principles of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice in your relations with humanity in general.
I further, most anxiously hope this brief statement will help you to more clearly see the duty and wisdom of at all times upholding those fundamental principles which are desired for our civilization of our posterity, such as obedience to law, respect and loyalty to government, tolerance, and unity. The object of our Organization is to help in the great program of uplifting fallen humanity and teach those things to make our members better citizens. A National organization with a Rotarian complexion as it relates to branch Temples became obvious with the ncreasing number of inquiries from men and women in different sections of the organization. There are branch Temples in fifteen different states at this time. Inspired by the lofty teachings of the Koran, we have it as the revealed word of God Allah. We shall foster the principles of its teachings among our members. This is our religious privilege as American citizens, under the laws of one of the greatest documents of all time, the American Constitution.
Purpose and Scope. Nature: The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development is concerned with the human service endeavor known as teaching and coaching in an organizational context. The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development members engage in dialogue and projects together to promote, critically examine, and further the quality and success of teaching in organizations. Diverse applications of teaching in an organizational context affect the success of the workforce, for example, through executive Teaching, Science, leadership, performance, alignment, and health, among many other strategies for overall organizational success.
Meaning: What the diverse Teaching applications in organizations hold in common is that people and, Therefore, their organizations benefit significantly from the thoughtful and compassionate assistance of an effective and experienced coach, who may either stand outside the formal authority structure of the organization, or be a part of the internal professional development system of their organization. Purpose: The Moorish International Group Of Science and Development’s purpose is to maximize the success and efficacy of Teaching in I. S. L. A. M. t a global level. This encompasses the ongoing expansion of knowledge about how and why Science and Development produces positive results; the continuous creation of resources – theoretical and practical – and sharing of best practices. Critical to this endeavor is the integration of all Leadership in dialogue, research and debate, to contribute to the growing success of teaching solutions in Science and Development. Scope: As implied in the name, The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development is National and international in scope.
This organization intends to serve Constituencies located throughout the world. Given this fundamental intention, The Moorish International Group Of Science and Development shall be mindful of the differing languages, values and customs of these constituencies, as well as taking into account the logistics of time, space and finance that often impair equitable participation of various constituencies in international consortia of this type. Diversity of perspectives and cultural views is both respected and promoted in The Moorish International Group of Science and Development.
Young Leadership: In seeking to examine, promote, and advance the success of Teaching and coaching in an organizational setting, the national and International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations is intended as a forum for all people involved in coaching in organizations: the organizational users of Teaching and coaching, those who train and educate Science and Development , firms who employ coaches and arrange the delivery of Teaching services, the men and women who conduct research and provide scholarly review of the field, as well as those who devote their talents to the practice of coaching and to ongoing critical reflection on their own practices. Structure: The structure of The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development is also conveyed in the title. This organization is a consortium.
A consortium is a loosely coupled, yet committed, group that may include individual members, organizations, associations, and professional firms. The consortium shall include businesses, corporations, coaches, coaching firms and as well as supporting organizations, like academic and other coach training programs and associations that provide continued professional education or promotional help. Membership will include both direct providers and users of organizational coaching services, including those who support the growth of the field as a profession through research partnerships, donations, and indirect involvement. .Distinguishing Characteristics The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development embraces five distinguishing characteristics.
1. Results-Focused. The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development is committed to initiatives that maintain the quality and credibility of coaching practices in organizational settings. These initiatives will always be result-driven. By focusing on results, rather than on compliance with specific training doctrines, the consortium acknowledges the diversity of coaching settings and the diversity of approaches, which create results around the world. 2. Non-Political and Non-Ideological. The members of The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development believe that there is no one right way to do organizational Teaching.
Conversely, while the proposed consortium is ?non-political,? it is also clear that The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development must attend in a serious and sustained manner to the issue of ethics, measurement and accountability. The Moorish International Group of Science and Development is not organized to support each and every mode of coaching in organizations, but is rather an organization that researches, assesses and makes available to its members data on the impact and relative advantages of different coaching strategies, using a variety of quantitative and qualitative measures of results as defined by the constituents. In sum, the consortium is apolitical, but not uncritical.
The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development allows for—and actively encourages— multiple perspectives on Teaching, rather than pushing for the one right way or a single de facto standard. Yet, The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development also seeks to discriminate between fads and solidly established Teaching practices. The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development recognizes and accepts that there might be an enduring tension between the need for an acceptance of multiple strategies and the need for critical review of all strategies. Members of The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development believe that this tension is healthy and effective for an organization of this type.
This second distinctive commitment allows The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development to provide professional evaluation, career development and practice-building support to Teaching, assisting them to create results-based profiles of their experience (by providing result categories, examples of effective documentation, etc. ). Research/Scholarship Focus. Rather than just focusing on use of existing Teaching and coaching tools, the Members of The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development endeavor to build a base in theory and research that is geared toward application of teaching strategies.
Bridge to the Broader Coaching Community: The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development is distinguished by its efforts to encourage—and co-sponsor—venues in which there is extended dialogue among different coaching modalities. Offering the gift of a true ederation around the world among coaching constituencies brightens the future of coaching for overall organizational success. Membership A. There are two Voting Categories of The Nu Moorish International Group of Science and Development membership: (1) Individual Membership (for both individual providers and recipients of coaching services) (2) Institutional Membership (for organizations that utilize coaching services, organizations that provide coaching and those that provide programs for the training of coaches) b) No-For-Profit, governmental, NGO etc. Annual Institutional Membership Fee (Annual Budget: >US$200 M) Annual Institutional Membership Fee (Annual Budget: