MINAB: Leadership Development Programme



MINAB: Leadership Development Programme

East London:

      Dates: 15-16th of December


Creating community leaders for tomorrow

MINAB’s has launched a leadership programme for faith institute members and leaders to build a “stronger community network”- to enhance social action in local communities by supporting mosques and imams to strengthen social integration and community programmes.

The programme is open to community leaders and mosque members who require leadership development. The aim is to increase the involvement of leaders in mosques and community programmes through personal development .

Spaces are limited on the programme.

This certified Personal Development Programme (PDP) works to inspire, motivate and equip participants to engage and lead effectively in our modern world, building on their traditions while moving forward in a contemporary context. A cornerstone of personal development and the biggest block to leadership is the ‘self’, and how we communicate and engage others.


من عرف نفسه فقد عرف ربه

“He who knows himself knows his Lord”

The Personal Development Programme is certified by the Institute for Leadership and Management. The programme will cover:

  • Leadership principles, theories and qualities
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Understanding the self through MBTI (Myers–Briggs Type Indicator) self-assessment and group application exercises
  • Reflection and personal development planning


The program will help develop a broader range of voices  to assist mosques and  other community programmes to discuss sensitive issues.

This programme is valued at £100 and upon completion participants get awarded with a certificate from the Institute fro Leadership and Management.




You can apply by filling out the application form. If you require further information please contact info@minab.org.uk


Cost: £50 for both days



In 2017 Citizens UK  Citizens Commission on Islam, Participation & Public Life  encouraged umbrella bodies such as MINAB to provide training for future leaders so they become more outward facing and to gain access to leadership opportunities for Women and Youth through Muslim organisations. The aim of this programme is to give a generation of young Muslim leaders life skills to become community leaders and to navigate contemporary issues.


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