Muslim Sahadat joined the International Youth Leadership
Conference (IYLC) Civic Concepts International in March
2013, as the delegate of Afghanistan for the 3rd IYLC UAE.
He has been working as Afghan Youth Ambassador for the
United Nations where he had the pleasure of participating in
several international conferences. Over the course of the
last five years, Muslim has had the immeasurable pleasure of
participating in over fifteen leadership and
publicspeaking conferences in Malaysia, Qatar, united
emirates Arab, India, Pakistan, Turkey, and many more.
Accordingly, as an ostentatious externality of the
passion that Muslim has fostered for elocution, leadership
and public-speaking, throughout the course of both his
academic and his professional career, he currently
also serves as the Afghan Youth Ambassador for
UN-Afghanistan. Muslim strongly
believes that irrespective of the level of diversity and the number of individuals that may be the audience to our comments, the importance of expressing one's opinions, particularly in the realms of foreign policy and global diplomacy, has immense value. Muslim asserts that a leadership conference is not designed to merely be a forum for individuals to represent themselves, engage in rhetoric and enjoy the sites; the objective is for all participants to comprehend the intricacies of cultural realities and global dynamics amidst multilateral policy frameworks. It does not suffice to merely speak and raise one's voice; what is most important is to be heard and to reverentially hear what others have to say. In addition to his academic background, he has been working as head coordinator for Deputy Minister of Security affairs in Ministry of interior affairs, a Political assistant for Afghanistan National Prosperity Consensus; Board of Directors in Arvin Kam Group of Companies, a leading group of
construction and logistics companies in Afghanistan; and Senior Business Development Manager for AB Group of
Companies. Over the past six years, Muslim Sahadat has been working with US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
and the US Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (AFCEE) where he gained tremendous experience
working with people from different cultures from around the world. As a youth leader, Muslim believes that a good
leader is someone who has a strong desire to serve others. To serve means to apply one’s personal energy to teach
and assist the person they are leading so that they become technically proficient and personally successful. Good
leaders humbly serve and willingly give credit to their subordinates while graciously accepting responsibility for their
actions and decisions. Muslim feels delighted and honored about being part of the facilitator team. His objectives as
IYLC facilitator are to assist and contribute in achieving mutual understanding between participants, to help them
develop their leadership skills and social diversity, as well as, to exchange ideas across an ethnically diverse and
socially responsible group of young international leaders from all over the world more than 50 countries.
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