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Servant Leadership in Muslim Institutions                                          

A SELF PACED / ONLINE COURSE


Servant leadership in America is often Christian-centric. The Noble Prophet (SAW) has taught
that the leader of a people is their servant. The concept of servant-minded
leadership and follower-ship is central to Islamic teachings.
This course will highlight characteristics of servant leadership, styles and models
of leadership by referencing the lives and teachings of Muslims and their exemplary Prophet (SAW).
Servant leaders become better employees, parents, spouses, friends, citizens, and human beings.
Leaders would be gracious and generous, civil and courteous. Through servant leadership, Muslims
could build solidarity and a sense of community, hospitable, not hostile, organizational cultures.
Leaders could have a calming and comforting presence. Every Muslim is a shepherd,
the Prophet (PBUH) said. Every Muslim needs a course such as this creative online asynchronous class.
Please challenge yourselves! A potential outcome of this course is that you will look at your life
and institution in a unique way.

Instructor:    Imam Acmat Salie

Course Start date:  To be announced

Course Venue:   Online

Fee: $50

Registartion: Fill your application here.

After Registartion, we will send you information on how to take the course online.

Servant Leadership in Muslim Institutions                                          

A SELF PACED / ONLINE COURSE


Servant leadership in America is often Christian-centric. The Noble Prophet (SAW) has taught
that the leader of a people is their servant. The concept of servant-minded
leadership and follower-ship is central to Islamic teachings.
This course will highlight characteristics of servant leadership, styles and models
of leadership by referencing the lives and teachings of Muslims and their exemplary Prophet (SAW).
Servant leaders become better employees, parents, spouses, friends, citizens, and human beings.
Leaders would be gracious and generous, civil and courteous. Through servant leadership, Muslims
could build solidarity and a sense of community, hospitable, not hostile, organizational cultures.
Leaders could have a calming and comforting presence. Every Muslim is a shepherd,
the Prophet (PBUH) said. Every Muslim needs a course such as this creative online asynchronous class.
Please challenge yourselves! A potential outcome of this course is that you will look at your life
and institution in a unique way.

Instructor:    Imam Acmat Salie

Course Start date:  To be announced

Course Venue:   Online

Fee: $50

Registartion: Fill your application here.

After Registartion, we will send you information on how to take the course online.