Overview of Workplace Spirituality Research

  • Judi Neal
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The purpose of this chapter is to understand the role spirituality plays in the workplace. The focus of this literature review is on research as well as on organizational practice. There are five major sections of this chapter: (1) historical background and trends, (2) research methodologies, (3) organizational exemplars of workplace spirituality, (4) spiritual practices in the corporate sector, (5) outcomes research, and (6) recommendations for future research in the workplace spirituality domain.


Workplace spirituality Definitions Personal transformation Organizational transformation Consciousness Trends Research methodology Research methods Organizational outcomes Cultural Cultural creatives Exemplars Spiritual leadership MSR 


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