Nadia Rachma Pratiwi
Islamic Finance and Management, Durham University Business School, Durham University, Durham, DH1 3LB, United Kingdom

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Revisiting Islamic Leadership: Clarifying Theoretical Issues Randhy Nugroho; Nadia Rachma Pratiwi
Journal of Leadership in Organizations Vol 5, No 2 (2023): Journal of Leadership in Organizations
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jlo.78412


Introduction/Main Objectives: Theory of Islamic Leadership emerged as a form of counter-hegemony to western perspectives of leadership. Background Problems: However, the lack of clarity in Islamic leadership theories, has put Islamic leadership in a dangerous ambiguity due to its overlapping nature to other contemporary constructs. Novelty: This study contributed on the mapping of the Islamic leadership on the world of leadership studies, to some extent the Islamic leadership has significant impact of the well-being followers. Research Methods: This research aims to clarify such issue by using employing integrative review as a method to critically examine the academic interpretation of Islamic Leadership and provide distinguishing features of Islamic Leadership. Finding/Results: This paper argue that 4 (four) features are critical to define Islamic leadership concept: first, the requirement of Islamic morality as the primary moral foundation; second, leadership is a requirement for every human being; third, the presence of outward and inward dimension of leadership and last, leadership as a means rather as an end. Conclusion: This paper concludes by discussing limitation and future research agenda to advance Islamic leadership.