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Leadership in Business Communication Model

Question: Discuss about the Leadership in Business for Communication Model in Business. Answer: Describing the actual exploration activity in a brief summary and revealing the stretch this was from the usual comfort zone: The activity exploration of the diversity has been experienced through the participation in the Iftar in regards to the festival Eid-al-Fitr. Different people came from the varied ethnic background, which had generated a vast knowledge regarding the commonality and the diversity of the various ethical communities. At the same time, religious knowledge regarding the Muslims has been improved after attending the event. The game started with the speaking regarding the struggles; the Muslims had undergone in the past life. It has improved the self-perception regarding the particular community. Supporting to this fact, it has been identified that participation in the active cultural events increases the ethnic knowledge and the communication skill of the participants[1]. Additionally, it has been identified that the active involvement in different religious activity builds the act of sharing a meal together and creates mutual respect between people of different cultures[2]. A similar experience has also been incurred from the Saints Ramadan Iftar Dinner, which was conducted on 24th June 2016. The Iftar dinner at Northern Saints Football Club also created an opportunity to understand the shared values and the similarities among different regions. Considering the fact, it has been identified that the darkness of the knowledge of people regarding the minority religion could also be identified by attending culturally diversified events[3]. Thus, the overall exploration activity has been found competent enough to build a clear description related to the meaning of Allah or God and the similarity in their religious approaches. The stretch regarding the declaration of faith from the different ethnic background can be revealed from the current study. The statement of faith, charity degree, prayer, dress code, etc. have been found diversified than the normal activities[4]. The fasting is also strictly maintained during the Ramadan month, which is called as Eid. This scenario depicts a stretch from the day-to-day operations and at the same time, it builds the degree of respect the communities show for the religion. However, past researche states that so some extent religion unnecessarily stresses young people, and they become sick as well[5]. The similar fact has been experienced by analysing the study Lunch with Amna Karra-Hassan, AFL pioneer in Western Sydney. The people attended the event was unknown to my immediate friends, due to which, I became a little bit reclusive. Analysing its significance and the relativity of ahas on the appreciation of some aspects of diversity: The most significant part of the current activity is strengthening the knowledge regarding the family intertwined with the practice set of the different religious practices. It has been identified that attendance at the Iftar event is mandatory among the Muslims, and it is the symbol of happiness and unity. Also, the regular religious belief and practice employed in the Eid festival have improved the knowledge regarding the honesty and the respect the Muslim community pays for the Allah[6]. The gathering of different community and the communication strategies have also developed the understanding relating to the need for the diverse aspects of different religions. In the words of the scholars, the pillars of different religions are similar and builds the universal truth of the various supreme powers. The most significant lesson, acquired from the current event is the understanding of the similarity between different religion. The gathering of different communities has improved the acceptance regarding the religious dresses adopted by the Muslims like Taqiyah or Topi. Along with this, the white Dishdasha, the fasting activity and final gathering in the evening generated the value of giving respect back to the society[7]. Another thing which I loved most is the Karajarri language, as it predicts the courage and passion towards the Muslim culture. The gentleness and calmness of the community had also caught my eyes regarding the true nature and the optimum trusts for the perfect destinations. The concept of fasting promotes the faithful follower of the Islam closer to Allah to remind the community regarding the people that are less fortunate than the others[8]. Thus, the respect, commitment and dedication to the religion have been found justified with the relativity of aha on the ap preciation of the cultural diversity. Significance of Diversity and Leadership: The Iftar is the evening meal that consumed by the Muslims after ending the daily Ramadan fast at sunset. According to the opinion of the researchers, Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar that marks a period of prayer, fasting, charity giving and self accountability for the Muslim community in Australia[9]. The Iftar dinner party in Australia is a wonderful example of simple sharing a meal together so that the Australian Muslim Community could build mutual respect with the own community and the other cultural community. It has been noted that the dinner party is also a fruitful example to understand the other culture and faiths of the different community. For an instance, The Saints Football Club in Australia organized the Iftar dinner to celebrate the Ramdan festival by inviting more than 150 people in the ceremony[10]. On the other hand, Ramadan in Lebanon is different due to the multi-sectarian social fabric of the country. It has been observed that the people from L ebanon organized the dinner party from the second day of the fasting ceremony in Ramadan. After the sunset the people from the region organised the fast breaking ceremony by unified in ones house. In the opinion of the researchers, the mixed societal culture makes a big difference in Lebanon[11]. As Ramadan is the matter of ethics no one in the Lebanon could eat, drink or smoke in the street. The annual Iftan dinner is held at the presidential palace where all the leaders and the religious figures can participate. In terms of leadership, I perceived that an opening speech was given by the Indigenous Leader in the Iftaar party celebrated in the AFL Subiaco grounds of Western Australia. The speech was about the struggle of Indigenous community that the people had faced at the time of the revolution. The traditional Indigenous song was sung in Karajarri language that fades the light of Australian culture. In the opinion of scholars, Muslims donated the charities during the month and feed the hungry people to live the value of giving back to society[12]. This is one of the leadership attitude of the Muslim Community. The experience that influences the leadership journey: The Islamic Festival of Eid-al-Fitr has helped to understand the diversified religious culture of the Muslim Community. The Exploration of diversity exercise has helped to realise the celebration of the Iftar party in the Western Austalia by the Lebanese. The extent of diversity was not limited to the ethnicity as there were the presence of male and female AFL (Footy) players[13].This was a wonderful experience that could unify the African and Australian people in one place with the Labanese. The dressing style of the Muslim ladies was extraordinary while wearing wearing scarf and covering their face. The men wore the traditional Lebanese or Iranian dress. It has also been noted that the cultural belief of Muslim directs that the growing trend of the Muslim fanaticism is enjoyed by all the communities in the Ramadan festivities[14]. I perceived that the fast taking ceremony is proposed to bring the faithful follower of Islam closer to the Allah or God. I also experienced that Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, along with the Muslim declaration of faith that helps the Muslim community to continue the journey towards the further development of the community. 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