Leadership Workshop with Dr. Mohamed Lazzouni

Saturday 12/14/2019 9:00am – 5:00pm

Location: 41 Quint Ave, Allston, MA 02134


The workshop will survey the current state of the art in leadership development. By combining Islamic values and newly discovered concepts in leadership development, the workshop will share proven models to empower young leaders to engage challenges stemming from the shifts of power, the rise of significant issues and seismic changes taking place in our local community and the world at large. The workshop will also provide hands-on and practical leadership strategies to develop sustainable solutions to complex problems.


Transform Leaders into Change Agents

Discover Islamic Leadership Principles

Learn about Traditional Muslim Leaders and their Leadership Styles

Enhance your Skills regarding Complex Problem Solving

Learn to Adapt your Leadership Styles to Real Life Scenarios

Build your Relationship Core Competencies

Adopt Practical Skills and Tools to Create Win-Win Solutions.


Dr. Lazzouni is the Chief Executive Officer at Epochal Technologies a high technology company focused on providing ethically sourced demographic data to solve complex problem to better serve society. Prior to his current position, Dr. Lazzouni spent 30 years in executive leadership and board positions serving medium to large businesses in corporate America. Dr. Lazzouni trained, developed and mentored countless leaders for non-profit and for-profit organizations.
Dr. Mohamed Lazzouni served as the chairperson of the advisory board at the center for the study of Jewish- Christian-Muslim Relations at Merrimack College in MA, and as a Director at the Inter-religious Center on Public Life a joint venture of Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School in MA.
Dr. Lazzouni holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Oxford University, a Master’s in Physics from London University, and several degrees and certificates in leadership, organizational development, and management from Harvard, Case Western, Duke, Rice, and Johns Hopkins.