Even though Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) was born an orphan, illiterate, met hostility from the Meccan tribes, and was rejected by almost all of his people, today, he has more than two billion followers.
In his celebrated work, “The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History”, the author, Michael H. Hart, placed Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) at the top of the list and described him as "He was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels."
It is therefore imperative for us, as Muslims, to follow and be guided by his Leadership and management principles, practices and advice which he had imparted to his companions. These practices are the bases for all modern leadership books & researches and they are practiced by many Non-Muslim countries and organizations today.
This book explains the concepts, principles and practices of Islamic leadership and management. It is also a comparative study of the findings and writings of the world's most famous leadership institutions and authors & the application of all of them by Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) 14 centuries ago.
Important Issues Related to Leadership
The Leader Realities.
Leadership Vs Management
Islamic Leadership Vs Western Leadership
Signs of Poor Leadership
The Five Mind Blockers
The Human Personality Needs
The Five Levels Of Leadership
PhD in Trust & Respect
A Comparative Study of Modern Leadership
Examples from the Findings & the Writings of the World's Most Famous Leadership Institutions & Authors.
Islamic Leadership & Management Qualities
Lessons from the Noble Quran
Lessons from Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)
Lessons from the Wise Caliphs.
The Practices of Extraordinary Leaders
Tips for Applying Islamic Leadership Principles