Analysis of Quality Leadership in Reviving Economies and Politics in Muslim Countries

Mahfuzur Rahman, Md. Arphan Ali, Hasanul Banna, Md. Saifur Rahman

Abstract


It has been observed that there is a crisis of quality leadership in Muslim world for decades. Erosion of moral values among leaders contributes to the instability and poor economic performance for many Muslim countries. This study investigates factors that contribute to the deterioration of quality leadership in Muslim world. The study also investigates the role of quality leadership for unifying the Muslim Ummah. Descriptive and analytical research methods have been applied in this study to analyze the interviews as well as prior studies. The findings indicate that lack of sufficient education, dishonesty, lack of knowledge and dedication for country’s development, absence of trustworthiness and responsibility, lack of moral values and avoidance of teaching of Al-Qur'an and As-Sunnah are the main factors that cause the deterioration of quality leadership in Muslim world. The study also concludes that honest and responsible leadership can contribute significantly to the economic development, political stability, peace and harmony of the Muslim world. This study recommends possible initiatives in order to produce quality leadership skills in society, government and NGOs citizens. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ber.v4i1.4899

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