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An African Theory of Good Leadership
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An African Theory of Good Leadership

23 Seiten · 5,31 EUR
(20. Februar 2019)

 
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Abstract:

This chapter draws on the indigenous African tradition of philosophy to propose a moral-philosophical theory of leadership that is intended to rival accounts in the East Asian and Western traditions. After providing an interpretation of the characteristically Sub-Saharan value of communion, the chapter advances a philosophical account of a good leader as one who creates, sustains, and enriches communal relationships and enables others to do so. The chapter then applies this account to a variety of topics, including what the proper ultimate end of an organization is, how decisions ought to be made within it, who counts as a stakeholder, and how non-performing or non-compliant employees should be dealt with. For each topic, the chapter notes the respects in which the African theory of good leadership prescribes approaches that differ from other, more internationally familiar, approaches, and suggests that the implications of the African theory of good leadership are, prima facie, attractive compared to these more familiar approaches.


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Sub-Saharan Perspectives on Transcultural Leadership
Josef Wieland, Julika Baumann Montecinos (eds.):
Sub-Saharan Perspectives on Transcultural Leadership
the author
Prof. Dr. Thaddeus Metz
Thaddeus Metz

is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, where he is affiliated to the Department of Philosophy. His work is centered around African traditions of philosophy and relational values which he contrasts with more individualistic, ‘western’ traditions and values.