Leadership: An Islamic Perspective
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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THE MORAL BASES OF ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP
THE LOCUS OF LEADERSHIP
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