Leadership and Religion
Ethical and moral leadership; Faith in the workplace; Leadership and spirituality; Leadership ethics; Moral leadership; Religion in the workplace; Religious friendly workplace; Religious leadership; Role of religion in leadership decision-making; Separation of church and state; Servant leadership and religion; Servant leadership; Workplace spirituality
Leadership and religion is defined as how the adherence to a formal and codified system of beliefs on the nature of the transcendent and the purpose of life influences the job-related attitudes and behaviors of public managers and executives with special emphasis on the policy and management decision-making process.
The interface between leadership and religion is a foundational global dimension that influences all aspects of public administration given its ubiquitous role in the human condition. Recent data from the Pew Foundation indicates that 84% of the world’s population is religiously affiliated and...
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