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Servant Leadership and Spirituality at Workplace: A Critical Review

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 7 Issue 1

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Asi Vasudeva Reddy | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, School of Management, K L E F Deemed to be University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
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Abstract

The term ‘spirituality’ is most debating concept across religions over the ages, on the lines of spirituality, a new synthesis so called as workplace spirituality aroused to debate on the differing views of religion, contemporary business and leadership styles across industries. These views of religion and leadership styles on spirituality paved a way for further acknowledgement of servant leadership propounded by Robert K. Greenleaf (1977) which primarily focuses on love, trust, honesty, interpersonal acceptance leading to followers’ job attitudes, performance, and organizational outcomes: the fundamental outcomes of ‘spirituality at workplace’. This paper throws light on the influential factors and effectiveness of servant leadership in visualizing ‘spirituality at workplace’ in a holistic perspective keeping in view of followers’ attitudes, organizational performance through self-encouraged and committed servant leaders of the organization and concluding with the benefits and path to ‘spirituality at workplace’ across the organization by encouraging spirituality through so called ‘servant leaders.’

Keywords: Leadership, Culture, Servant Leadership, Spirituality, Workplace

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