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Spirituality in Leadership – A Psychological Approach | Original Article

Ruchi Sharma1 Kanika Agarwal2 in Shodhaytan (RNTUJ-STN) | Multidisciplinary Academic Research



The concept of spirituality and leadership is widened in this research to include strategic leadership as well as traditional spirituality. It will be necessary for future advancement in the subject of spirituality and leadership to have greater clarity on the degree of research being conducted, as well as the distinction between individual and societal spirituality. A framework is presented to accomplish this goal, and it illustrates how a top-level leader's personal spiritual beliefs may be utilized as a schema to filter and organize data during strategic decision-making. This functioning is moderated by the leader's progressive growth and meta-belief, which are impacted by the organization's setting and leadership method, among other variables. A complex understanding of spirituality and leadership may be gained via the use of this framework. It also provides as a starting point for examining many different types of spirituality that can be found in organizations.