Leadership: An Islamic Perspective

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Amana, 1999 - Religion - 150 pages
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Beekun and Badawi, both professors of management and strategy, have written this primer on leadership integrating contemporary business techniques with traditional Islamic knowledge. The leadership paradigm is changing, and a leadership model based on ethical principles is finally emerging-a position that Islam has taken from the start. The synthesis of the authors results in a highly practical and inspiring manual for developing leadership skills.

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Contents

DEFINING LEADERSHIP
5
THE MORAL BASES OF ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP
17
THE LOCUS OF LEADERSHIP
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