the subject is leadership and the topic is about King abdulaziz the first king of Saudi arabia

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King Abdul-Aziz the First King of Saudi Arabia Introduction Leadership according to management experts involves the social influence of people by an individual. Leadership entails winning the support and assistance of other people to achieve a common goal…

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This paper will analyse the leadership traits of King Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia. Courageous and Uniting King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud, was the first king and the founder of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the third Saudi state. Abdul Aziz, commonly referred to as Ibn Saud, was born on 15th January, 1876 in Riyadh in the Najd region, central Arabia. His early life was not such a pleasant one. When he was 14 years of age, his home area was attacked by the Al Rashid and this forced him and his family to seek refuge with the Al-Murrah, a tribe in the desert of Saudi Arabia. The family later moved to Kuwait. He and his family survived by conducting raids on the Najd. In 1902, while observing Ramadan, Abdul Aziz decided to attack Riyadh, his ancestral capital and recapture it from their rivals, the Al-Rashid. After re-capturing Riyadh, Abdul Aziz continued with his conquests in the east, the Hijaz along the red sea coast and the remaining central region of Najd. After the re-capture of Riyadh, many people who were initially supporters of the house of Saud joined his call for arms. Together with his force, they recaptured close to half the region of Najd from the Rashidis. This was between 1913 and 1926 (Troeller, 145). Abdul Aziz made a declaration calling the three regions as unified as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. ...
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