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has since step down from that role in order to enjoy his retirement with his lovely wife and serve as a biblical marriage counselor for his community and church. A servant leader through and through. Case Study 16.2 - A Special Kind of Financing2. Do you think it is fair to offer one minority group a special banking opportunity? I don’t believe this is an issue of being fair or not, it’s an issue of cultural beliefs and amending certain programs to meet the needs due to the customs of different ethnic groups within our society. As we look at Central Bank’s proposal for the two nontraditional mortgage opportunities which is targeted to the Muslim population, it does not specify nor does it discriminat against any other group. This leads me to believe that this mortgage opportunity is also open to the public if they so choose to partake. Since Central Bank is a privately-owned organization, they are able do you create programs that are tailored towards certain ethnic groupsin order to attract business. However, if Central Bank only allows this opportunity to the Muslim population only then there would be a cause for alarm due to discrimination based on race.3. How does ethnocentrism come into play in this case?
6Final Exam Case StudiesWhat Central Bank did was completely outside the realm of the stereotypical ethnocentrism beliefs and viewed the Muslim population from a different cultural perspective. This change in perspective allowed for Central Bank to meet the needs of the Muslim population and possible other opportunities amongst the vast diversity of different ethnic groups within theircommunity in the future.4. How does in-group collectivism relate to Central Bank’s finance plans?The way that in-group collectivism relates to the Central Bank finance plans is through the mortgage programs created that follow the customs and traditions of Muslim law and principles.Reference ListNorthouse, P. G. (2015). Leadership: Theory and Practice (7th ed.). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.