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Author Wirba, Asan Vernyuy.

Title Leadership from an Islamic and Western Perspective
Published Oxford, UK : Chartridge Books Oxford, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (113 pages)
Contents Cover; HalfTitle; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Who is this book for?; Profile of the Author; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 The Concept and Definition of Leadership from a Western Perspective; A Paradigm Shift; Ethical Leadership; Moral Leadership; Theories of Leadership from a Western Perspective; The Trait Approach to Leadership; The Behavioural / Style Approach; Situational Approach to Leadership; Path-Goal Theory; Servant Leadership Theory; Ethical Theory; Teleological Approach; Deontological Approach; Virtue-based Approach; Transformational Leadership; Transactional Leadership
Authentic Leadership2 Islamic Perspective of Leadership; The Causes and Rise of Fundamentalism (Misguided brothers in Islam) in Muslim Communities; The Purpose of Creation and Influence Leadership from an Islamic Perspective; The Originator of Leadership from an Islamic Perspective; The Model of Leadership from an Islamic Perspective; Relationship between Caliphate and Monarchy from an Islamic Perspective; Definition of Leadership from an Islamic Perspective; Background and Influence of the Definition of Leadership
Leaders and people who Reject Allah and their Consequences as Revealed in QuranObedience to Leadership; Challenge to Leadership; Consultation of Leaders in Islam; 3 Comparison between Leadership from a Western and Islamic Perspective; Common Points; Divergence; 4 The Sources of Islamic Leadership Principles and the Example of Islamic Leadership; The Holy Quran as a Primary Source of the Islamic Leadership Principles; The Holy Prophet (609-632 C.E); His Way of Life; His Sayings-Hadiths; The Guided Caliphs; The First Caliph, Abu Bakr (632-634 A.C); The Second Caliph, Umar (RA) (634-644 A.C)
The Third Caliph, Uthman (644-656 A.C)The Fourth Caliph, Ali (656-661 A.C); 5 Cardinal Principles of Leadership in Islam and Values; Faith and Belief; Knowledge and Wisdom; Courage and Determination; Communication; Justice and Compassion; Gratitude and Prayers; Conclusion; Glossary; References
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Subject Leadership -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1911033298 (electronic bk.)
9781911033295 (electronic bk.)