List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2008-12-09

    Dr. Fred Dalili - "What Matters Most and First Thing First "

    Bay Area - Peninsula Tuesday - December 9, 2008     11:30 AM

    14th session, December 9, 2008.
    Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

    Location: Quinlan Center in Cupertino, CA, 10185 N Stelling Rd,Cupertino, CA 95014
    (408) 373-7773Sandwiches: $7.00 Fourteenth session, December 9, 2008 & Open to public 11:30-11:35 Welcome and Inspiration -- First session of job searching11:45- 12:30 Socializing and Lunch12:30-1:00 Dr. Fred Dalili - "What Matters Most and First Thing First " 1:00- 1:20 Stage open for announcing the job opening and high tech new projects other recruiters. Three categories: looking for job, networking, and recruiters 1:30 -2:00 Conversation Brain storm session. Special thanks to the De Anza College and the City of Cupertino Park and Recreation About:
    Dr. Fred Dalili, a multicultural, bilingual professional has worked over thirty years in higher educational institutions and high tech organizations. He has developed and implemented training programs for various corporations. Fred holds 16 training certificates in management and leadership areas from respected international training organizations such as Franklin Covey, Path-Wise, PRO and the Center for Management & Organization Effectiveness. In recent years, he has developed numerous customized training programs in Management, Leadership and other areas of organizational effectiveness for multi-million and billion dollar corporations.
    Dr. Dalili has started his cooperation with Dr. Crawford from ZiLOG Corporation in 1999 as the Global Training Officer. Fred was impressed with Dr. Crawford’s progressive leadership style and his 11 Principles of Leadership. In the year 2000, Fred has converted those 11 principles into a 3-day workshop for a global implementation. Since Dr. Crawford was a pro-training leader, Fred was assigned to travel to Germany, England, India, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Philippines, and South Korea beside many locations in the US and train hundreds of ZiLOG employees in many areas of management and leadership.

    Dr.Dalili has started his cooperation with Xceo from 2003 as a consultant. He formed and directed the research team under Dr. Crawford’s leadership. For over a year, the development and research team worked closely together and created the structure of Corporate Rise and Corporate Governance books. Fred’s strong belief in Xceo’s Vision and Mission has convinced him to continue his close relationship with this start up but significant organization. During this valuable journey, Fred has learned a lot and simultaneously has contributed to the advancement of this unique organization.

    At the present time, beside overseeing Productivity Plus and Global Success training organizations, Dr. Dalili is the Chairman of the Executive MBA in Biomedicine and MBA professor at the University of Northern California (UNCM); MBA instructor at International Technological University (ITU), and the Advisory Board Member of Bio Health College in Silicon Valley. Fred has served on the Board of Directors of the United Nations Silicon Valley Chapter and recently has trained UN professionals in Geneva.

    Fred has earned an Ed.D. in Higher Educational Administration from the University of Akron in Ohio. His M.A. is in the same discipline and his B.A. is in Public Relations and Advertising. He also earned an additional one-year certificate in Higher Education.

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    Thank you for attending and supporting all of our projects and events for the past decade.

    Your participation is appreciated and in fact critical in realizing the goal of creating a place where dialogue can occur to help the community at this time of economy crises in the society. Through communication, education, resources and motivation, we hope to help the society to overcome of theses difficult time by becoming the point of contacts to offer our help.



    About Tuesdays Luncheon:

    This project started since September 2008 and with following vision.



    Vision:



    Understanding of the Iranian communities concerns. Address myths and stereotypes and by what means they are promoted. Promote communication and encourage community participation within the Iranian- American culture. Teach customs and philosophies of both societies to find similarities and differences.





    Skills:



    Dialogue
    Accessibility
    Cultural experience through Food
    Music/Poetry Appreciation
    History and contribution to the world
    Art and contribution to the world
    Science and contribution to the world


    Incentives:



    Less Fear
    Enriching other’s lives
    Eliminate tolerated media presented image
    Replace said presented image with new positive one
    More participation in the community (both western and Iranian)
    Cultural exchanges


    Resources:



    History itself
    Guest speakers and their knowledge/experiences
    Arts and music
    Science evolving the global community
    Perhaps comparison of other stereotypes in US and how they have evolved over time and how, i.e. Japanese during World War II


    Action Planning:



    Series of lectures, music and food. Create a place where exchange of ideas and experiences can take place. Show similarities and compare differences between the western culture and Iranian culture. Discussions and discourse create empathy. Open each others’ mind to the benefits of an integrated community.



    Resulted Change:



    Harmony. Less apprehension. Community service. Education. Discourse.








    Mission Statement:



    Established in 1995, Payvand, and 1996, the Iranian Federated Women’s Club (IFWC) goal is to eradicate the stereotype and cultural bias that is so prevalent in today’s American culture. Through a weekly forum with select guest speakers, IFWC’s intent is to create a dialogue between the Iranian community and leaders among the local government and businesses. IFWC is improving the Iranian image by encouraging volunteerism within the Iranian community.



    Goals:



    Dispel stereotype

    Increase awareness of discrimination both passive and aggressive forms

    Discover how the much the media indulges and promotes the stereotype

    Encourage outreach between the Western and Iranian cultures



    Forum:



    23 Weeks (Tuesdays)

    Guest speakers in all aspects of culture and need of the community

    Dialogue (Q & A)

    Iranian food



    Plan:



    Create news releases to increase attendance

    Contact local business leaders

    Contact local government

    Launch updated and corrected website

    Contact local organizations with similar goals and concerns

    Across Histories - Artist Talk: Wafaa Bilal

    New York Tuesday - December 9, 2008     07:00 PM

    Wafaa Bilal’s artistic practice explores the artist's body as a medium for connecting the comfort zone in the USA to the conflict zone in Iraq and other strategies of engagement such as aesthetic pleasure vs. aesthetic pain. In this talk, Bilal will discuss his acclaimed 2007 piece Domestic Tension, where he confined himself in a gallery space facing a robotic paintball gun which people could fire at him over the internet, 24 hours a day for 31 days. Bilal will also address the use of the Internet as an artistic platform as well as the censorship his show Virtual Jihadi faced in New York by Rensellaer Polytechnic Institute and the city of Troy.
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