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  • Since its beginning in 1933, the Company has been committed to the development of its human resources. The sons of early Saudi guides and laborers became engineers, technicians, managers, and leaders. This is the uniqueness of the Saudi Aramco story. The history of our Company is not just about oil, but it is also about the transformation of a country and its people. ( Click )
  • Since its beginning in 1933, the Company has been committed to the development of its human resources. The sons of early Saudi guides and laborers became engineers, technicians, managers, and leaders. This is the uniqueness of the Saudi Aramco story. The history of our Company is not just about oil, but it is also about the transformation of a country and its people. ( Click )
  • Since its beginning in 1933, the Company has been committed to the development of its human resources. The sons of early Saudi guides and laborers became engineers, technicians, managers, and leaders. This is the uniqueness of the Saudi Aramco story. The history of our Company is not just about oil, but it is also about the transformation of a country and its people. ( Click )
  • Since its beginning in 1933, the Company has been committed to the development of its human resources. The sons of early Saudi guides and laborers became engineers, technicians, managers, and leaders. This is the uniqueness of the Saudi Aramco story. The history of our Company is not just about oil, but it is also about the transformation of a country and its people. ( Click )
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  • Describe the time when you became an orphan; what were the struggles?
  • Describe what situations in your life built the character you now possess. Mention some people that helped you build that character.
  • Describe some critical (life changing) events during your HS & university days.
  • Describe how your mother struggled, financially, emotionally…etc. Describe how hard it is to raise six kids in those days.
  • Describe how your family encouraged one another through these trying times. Describe how your faith upheld you through these times.
  • Describe how it is to live in Bahrain and how simple life can be.
  • Describe the feeling of accomplishment after graduation.
  • Describe how being on a sports team, or any team, could build one selflessness.
  • Describe how it is to face uncertainties in life, facing situations beyond our control.
  • Describe the feeling of accomplishment after graduation.
  • Describe the feeling of accomplishment after graduation.
  • Describe why you decided to pursue higher learning. Describe the hunger and passion that drives you to learn and discover new things.
  • Describe how a lasting friendship and trust can be formed.
  • Describe the feeling of accomplishment after graduation.
  • Describe your learning experiences at the MofE.
  • On May 3, 1996, Sheikh Ahmed Deedat suffered a stroke, known as “lock in syndrome,” which left him paralyzed from the neck down. It also meant that he was no longer able to speak or swallow. Soon thereafter he was taken to Saudi Arabia on a medical jet, especially flown in by the royal family. He received specialized treatment and care at the King Faisal hospital in Riyadh, where he was taught to communicate by coordinating his eye movements with an alphabetical chart which he memorized. His wife checked his blood as he was a diabetic, gave him injections, and changed his clothes. she, whom Sheikh Deedat used to call as his “Backbone”, spent her last 9 years nursing her husband and administering his daily injections, making him comfortable in his uneasy condition, was present at his time of death. Despite her age, [now 84], she was always positive, never complaining about his condition. He died on Monday, august 8th, 2005 at the age of 87, leaving behind a legacy of propagating Islam and defending it against missionaries.
  • Describe the challenges of working at the RC.
  • Describe the joys and pains of being a teacher.
  • Describe the feeling of achievement as a Director of a University/School.
  • Describe the joys and pains of being a teacher.
  • Describe the joys and pains of being a teacher.
  • Describe the feeling of accomplishment after graduation.
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    • 1. My Way Towards ExcellenceEssential Stations in my LifeKhalid I. Al-Anaysha Al-DossaryUnlimitedinspiration@gmail.com
    • 2. The StrugglingPioneersThe StrugglingPioneersThe first generation Saudi oil drillersurrounded by drilling mud porters inDhahran (circa 1936)The first generation Saudi oil drillersurrounded by drilling mud porters inDhahran (circa 1936)
    • 3. The StrugglingPioneersThe StrugglingPioneersWell # 7 strikesWell # 7 strikesThe first generation Saudi oil drillersurrounded by drilling mud porters inDhahran (circa 1936)The first generation Saudi oil drillersurrounded by drilling mud porters inDhahran (circa 1936)July 8, 1939, Dammam # 12 explodes and a Saudiand an American perish. Within the hour thederrick will fall.July 8, 1939, Dammam # 12 explodes and a Saudiand an American perish. Within the hour thederrick will fall.
    • 4. The brave men were tired but jubilant. A cable was sent toSan Francisco: “FIRE EXTINGUISHED. HOLE FULL OFMUD. PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS NOT NEEDED.”The brave men were tired but jubilant. A cable was sent toSan Francisco: “FIRE EXTINGUISHED. HOLE FULL OFMUD. PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS NOT NEEDED.”The Struggling PioneersThe Struggling PioneersJuly 8, 1939, Dammam # 12 explodes and a Saudiand an American perish. Within the hour thederrick will fall.July 8, 1939, Dammam # 12 explodes and a Saudiand an American perish. Within the hour thederrick will fall.“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatestloss is what dies inside us while we live.”“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatestloss is what dies inside us while we live.”
    • 5. A Character in theMakingA Character in theMakingThe StrugglingPioneersThe StrugglingPioneers“Only after disaster can we be resurrected.”“Only after disaster can we be resurrected.”“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatestloss is what dies inside us while we live.”“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatestloss is what dies inside us while we live.”
    • 6. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward Excellence““Speak your mind to affect change.”Speak your mind to affect change.”““Be Yourself.”Be Yourself.”““Strive to be worthy of recognition!”Strive to be worthy of recognition!”““Whatever the struggle,Whatever the struggle,continue the climb.continue the climb.It may be only one step to the summit.”It may be only one step to the summit.”The Orphan GrowsUp
    • 7. ‫س‬َ ‫نا‬ّ‫ٱل‬ ‫ع‬ُ ‫ف‬َ‫ين‬َ ‫ما‬َ ‫ما‬ّ ‫أ‬َ‫و‬َ ‫ء‬ًۖ ‫ا‬‫ف‬َ‫ج‬ُ ‫ب‬ُ ‫ه‬َ‫ذ‬‫ي‬َ‫ف‬َ ‫د‬ُ‫ب‬َ‫ز‬ّ ‫ٱل‬ ‫ما‬ّ ‫أ‬َ‫ف‬َۖ‌۬ ۡٓ ”(( ‫الرعد،آية‬ ‫سورة‬‫الرعد،آية‬ ‫سورة‬1717((""‫ض‬ِ‫ر‬ ‫أ‬َ ‫ٱل‬ ‫فى‬ِ ‫ث‬ُ ‫ك‬ُ‫يم‬َ‫ف‬َۡۡ ۡ“Then, as for the foamit passes away as scum uponthe banks, while that whichisfor the good of mankindremains in the earth.”(Chapter Raa’d, Verse 17)
    • 8. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward Excellencehe Huge Fireil Rig Dammam 12• Mid afternoon, July 8, 1939 Dammam # 12 explodes and aSaudi and an American perish. 135-foot-high rigcollapsed into billows of ink-black smoke, Within thehour the derrick will fall.• The fire was being fueled at the rate of 10,000 barrels a day• One man supposed to have said:"We dont need any of these experts. This is our fire.“
    • 9. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Loss of a great man;the grandfather• The brave men were tired but jubilant. FloydOhliger sent a cable to San Francisco: FIREEXTINGUISHED. HOLE FULL OF MUD.PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS NOT NEEDED.• “Death is not the greatest loss in life. Thegreatest loss is what dies inside us while welive.”
    • 10. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Orphan and the Struggle• Sometimes, struggles are exactly what weneed in our life. If we were to go throughour life without any obstacles, we would becrippled. We would not be as strong aswhat we could have been.
    • 11. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceA Character in the Making• “Character cannot be developed in ease andquiet. Only through experience of trial andsuffering can the soul be strengthened,vision cleared, ambition inspired, andsuccess achieved.” - Helen Keller, PublicSpeaker and Author
    • 12. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellencePursuing learning & high schooling& undergraduates Studies• “The only kind of learning which significantlyinfluences behavior is self-discovered orself-appropriated learning - truth that hasbeen assimilated in experience.” - CarlRogers
    • 13. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Struggling Mother withthe six kidsA father may turn his back on his child,brothers and sisters may becomeinveterate enemies, husbands may deserttheir wives, wives their husbands. But amothers love endures through all.~Washington IrvingNo painters brush, nor poets penIn justice to her fameHas ever reached half high enoughTo write a mothers name.~Author Unknown‫وسلم‬ ‫عليه‬ ‫ال‬ ‫صلى‬ ‫ال‬ ‫رسول‬ ‫قال‬(‫الهمهات‬ ‫أقدام‬ ‫تحت‬ ‫)الجنة‬
    • 14. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Divine Support & the piousfamily• Faith makes all things possible (Divine)....love makes all things easy (Family).• Faith isnt faith until its all youre holding onto.
    • 15. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceLiving in Bahrain &the simple life• It is always the simple things that change ourlives. And these things never happen whenyou are looking for them to happen. Lifewill reveal answers at the pace life wishesto do so.
    • 16. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceGraduating from Al-HidayahAl-Khalifia High School
    • 17. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Football and Challengingmentality of the self and others• You are all Champions in your own way. That doesntmean you have to be number 1 or be the best.Just do your best. If you arent first, then makethose people ahead of you break records bypushing them with your personal best.Consider for a moment what we achieve fromathletics - the sheer fun of competing - thebuilding of a healthy and alert mind and body -stamina, courage, perseverance, dedication,commitment, selflessness and most importantly,the will to excel.
    • 18. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceKSU Riyadh University and theunplanned major; a new direction
    • 19. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Bahraini companionshipIslah Club
    • 20. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Afro-American Family“Human kindness, warmth,interaction, friendship, andfamily are far moreimportant than anythingthat can come across mycathode-ray tube”– Clifford Stoll
    • 21. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Withdrawal & BechtelDropping one semester and workingwith Bechtel company in JubailIndustrial city as a clerk in the technicaltraining Institute. Hands-on experiencefull of English language interactions.
    • 22. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Graduation of a Son“For the most ambitious young people, thecorporate ladder is obsolete.” - Paul Graham
    • 23. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceMy Marriage & The Departure to the US“A happy marriage is along conversation whichalways seems too short.”-Andre Maurois
    • 24. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellencePursuance of Higher Studies Through IPA• You can teach a student a lesson for a day;but if you can teach him to learn bycreating curiosity, he will continue thelearning process as long as he lives.
    • 25. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe strong & lasting camaraderie with theNew Yorker Ahmad Nurriddin• Who finds a faithful friend, finds a treasure.• Some people come into our lives and quicklygo. Some stay for awhile and leavefootprints on our hearts. And we are never,ever the same.
    • 26. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Graduation from the MSprogram in TESOL from SUNYA“The difficulties and struggles of today are but the pricewe must pay for the accomplishments and victories oftomorrow.” - William J. H. Boetcker“The great accomplishments of man have resulted fromthe transmission of ideas and enthusiasm.”-Thomas J. Watson
    • 27. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceCelebration of a new Saudi EnglishDepartment Director in IPA“Think like a wise man but communicate inthe language of the people.” -William ButlerYeats“The way we communicate with othersultimately determines the quality of ourlives.” -Tony Robbins
    • 28. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Ministry of EducationEmployment"Ideal teachers are those who use themselves asbridges over which they invite their students tocross, then having facilitated their crossing,joyfully collapse, encouraging them to createbridges of their own." - Nikos Kazantzakis"Good teaching is more a giving of right questionsthan a giving of right answers." -Josef Albers"We learn by example and by direct experiencebecause there are real limits to the adequacy ofverbal instruction." - Malcom Gladwell
    • 29. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Treasure I Have Found in Callingfor Islam
    • 30. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceCharacters that have Influencedmy LifeI have been blessed to have listened to,watched, interacted with some characters thathave shaped my life.Sheikh Husain Al-A-Ali Dr Ameena Bilal Philps Dr. Jamal Badawi Dr.Zakir Naik Hussein Ye
    • 31. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceTouched by the Declining Health of Agreat man• On May 3, 1996, Stroke known as“lock in syndrome”• Special treatment at King Faisalhospital in Riyadh• Taught to communicate bycoordinating his eye movementswith an alphabetical chart which hememorized.• For 9-Years to Come, He ReceivedUnconditional Care From His Wife(Hawa)
    • 32. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceInitiating the “Effective Islamic English Cross-cultural Communication Skills” programThere are many people who speak English well, and whohave good knowledge of Islam, yet they are unable tocommunicate effectively in English on Islamic subjectsprimarily because they lack the proper terminology to doso. The main objective of this course is to assist themcommunicate effectively in any intercultural encounter.
    • 33. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceTowards an InternationalSpeaker in the field of Dawa• What does Islam Stand for?• 50 Tips of the Daee• The Art of Conveying the Message• Islamic Work Ethics• Effective Islamic English Communicationskills• For more visit my sitewww.dawahmemo.com/eng/üBe a Dawa Centereverywhere you goüUse technologies forDawa
    • 34. Khalid.dossary9@aramco.comunlimitedinspiration@gmail.comwww.dawahmemo.com‫مهارات‬ ‫وتوظيف‬ ‫تطوير‬‫باللغة‬ ‫الفعال‬ ‫التصال‬‫السلمية‬ ‫النجليزية‬‫الحوارية‬‫مهارات‬ ‫وتوظيف‬ ‫تطوير‬‫باللغة‬ ‫الفعال‬ ‫التصال‬‫السلمية‬ ‫النجليزية‬‫الحوارية‬:‫خالد‬ ‫يقدمها‬‫إبراهيم‬‫الدوسري‬0505909759
    • 35. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward Excellence‫البرنامج‬ ‫فكرة‬‫البرنامج‬ ‫فكرة‬::“Effective Islamic English Cross-culturalCommunication Skills”‫الرؤية‬‫الرؤية‬::‫عالم‬ ‫لصنع‬ ‫الثقافات‬ ‫بين‬ ‫التواصل‬ ‫في‬ ‫مسلم‬ ‫فرد‬ ‫كل‬ ‫يتميز‬ ‫أن‬‫بسلم‬ ‫متعايش‬‫الهدف‬‫الهدف‬::‫للعالم‬ ‫سامية‬ ‫ا‬ً ‫قيم‬ ‫نضيف‬ ‫أن‬‫السلم‬ ‫أخل ق‬ ‫من‬ ‫مدة‬َ ‫مست‬‫السلم‬ ‫أخل ق‬ ‫من‬ ‫مدة‬َ ‫مست‬‫خلل‬ ‫من‬‫للتعايش‬ ‫الحياة‬ ‫نوعية‬ ‫وتحسين‬ ‫حلول‬ ‫إيجاد‬ ‫وبالتالي‬ ،‫الفعال‬ ‫التصال‬.‫بسلم‬‫اللسليمي‬ ‫بديننا‬ ‫إليمام‬ ‫ولديهم‬ ‫بطلةقة‬ ‫النكليزية‬ ‫يتحدثون‬ ‫الذين‬ ‫الناس‬ ‫يمن‬ ‫الكثير‬ ‫هناك‬‫حول‬ ‫النجليزيية‬ ‫باللغية‬ ‫عال‬ّ ‫ف‬ ‫يل‬‫ي‬‫بشك‬ ‫يل‬‫ي‬‫التواص‬ ‫عليى‬ ‫ةقادريين‬ ‫غيير‬ ‫أنهيم‬ ‫إل‬ ‫الحنييف؛‬.‫بذلك‬ ‫للقيام‬ ‫اليمنالسبة‬ ‫اليمصطلحات‬ ‫إلى‬ ‫يفتقرون‬ ‫ا‬ً ‫ألسالس‬ ‫لنهم‬ ‫إلسليمية‬ ‫يمواضيع‬‫ي‬ّ ‫أ‬ ‫في‬ ‫وطلةقة‬ ‫ية‬ّ ‫بفعال‬ ‫التواصل‬ ‫في‬ ‫ليملساعدتهم‬ ‫هو‬ ‫البرنايمج‬ ‫هذا‬ ‫يمن‬ ‫الرئيلسي‬ ‫الهدف‬.‫والديانات‬ ‫الثقافات‬ ‫بين‬ ‫تواصل‬ ‫أو‬ ‫يمقابلة‬
    • 36. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward Excellence:‫يلي‬ ‫ما‬ ‫على‬ ‫المشاركين‬ ‫يحصل‬ ‫سوف‬ ‫البرنامج‬ ‫نهاية‬ ‫مع‬ü‫السلم‬ ‫لخدمة‬ ‫النجليزية‬ ‫اللغة‬ ‫في‬ ‫المتدرب‬ ‫كفاءة‬ ‫تطوير‬ü‫النجليزية‬ ‫باللغة‬ ‫السلمية‬ ‫المفاهيم‬ ‫مناقشة‬ ‫على‬ ‫القدرة‬ü‫إسلمية‬ ‫مواضيع‬ ‫أي‬ ‫عن‬ ‫قصيرة‬ ‫عروض‬ ‫تقديم‬ ‫على‬ ‫القدرة‬‫مختارة‬ü‫غير‬ ‫مع‬ ‫التعامل‬ ‫وفي‬ ‫الدعوة‬ ‫في‬ ‫اللغة‬ ‫وأهمية‬ ‫بخفايا‬ ‫الوعي‬‫المسلمين‬ü‫النجليزية‬ ‫باللغة‬ ‫السلمية‬ ‫بالمصطلحات‬ ‫اللمام‬ü،‫الحاجة‬ ‫حسب‬ ‫الخرى‬ ‫للديان‬ ‫الدينية‬ ‫بالمصطلحات‬ ‫اللمام‬‫السلم‬ ‫عرض‬ ‫في‬ ‫منها‬ ‫للستفادة‬‫الدهداف‬‫الدهداف‬::“Effective Islamic English Cross-culturalCommunication Skills”
    • 37. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Royal Commission employmentFamily housewas a dawacenter
    • 38. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward Excellence"True leadership must be for the benefit of thefollowers, not the enrichment of the leaders."Teacher, Lecturer, Senior Lecturer,Director, Jubail Industrial College
    • 39. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Director of the English Department inJubail Industrial College"Your role as a leader is even more important than youmight imagine. You have the power to help people becomewinners." -Ken Blanchard
    • 40. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Painful Death of the Beloved“Across the years I will walkwith you - in deep greenforests, on shores of sand andwhen our time on earth isthrough, in heaven too, youwill have my hand!”-Robert Sexton
    • 41. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceA commitment to a legacyJoining Saudi Aramco - Why?A New Direction
    • 42. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe Graduation from Minnesota UniversityAnother Master degree in HRD“The intelligent man is one who has successfullyfulfilled many accomplishments, and is yet willingto learn more.” -Ed Parker
    • 43. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThe arduous Study habits &intensive self-development
    • 44. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceI would like to tell you that I, the orphan, knew all along thatquality learning is anchored to a vision“Vision without actionis merely a dream.Action without visionjust passes the time.Vision with action canVision with action canchange the world!”change the world!”
    • 45. Some Stations in my Life My Way toward ExcellenceThank you for attendingEvery wrinkle is drawn by avaluable experience