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Leadership an Islamic perspective
Jamal Badawi and Rafik Beekun
Integrates contemporary business techniques with traditional Islamic knowledge
|Suitable Age:||0 - Adults|
Beekun and Badawi have written a primer on leadership integrating contemporary business techniques with traditional Islamic knowledge. The synthesis results in a highly practical and inspiring manual for developing leadership skills.
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Leadership in Islam is a trust. It represents a psychological contract between a leader and his followers that he will try his best to guide them... Hence, the focus of leadership in Islam is on doing good. According to Islam, every person is the "shepherd" of his flock, and occupies a position of leadership. Leadership: An Islamic Perspective is about how Muslims enact their leadership role. This book is directed at both non-Muslims seeking to understand the leadership paradigm of one billion Muslims globally and at Muslims wishing to understand leadership better.
1. Defining Leadership
2.The Moral Bases of Islamic Leadership
3. The Locus of Leadership
4. Mobilizing, Developing, and Organizing Followers
5.The Leader as Coach or Mentor
6.Leadership and Delegation
7.Using Multiple Frames in Leadership
8.A Model of Leadership Effectiveness
Dr. Beekun is professor management and strategy and has served in a supervisory capacity as Chair of the Managerial Sciences Department at the University of Nevada. He has published articles in the 'Journal of Applied Psychology', Human Relations, Journal of Management, and other leading academic and practitioner articles.
Dr. Badawi is associate professor of management and chairmen of the
Islamic Information Foundation. He has published several human resource management articles and is the author of booklets and articles on Islam. He is best known for his lectures on Islam.
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