CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction According to Zohar and Marshall (2000) spiritual intelligence is the intelligence to deal with the question of meaning or value, namely behavioral intelligence to put our lives in a broader context, and to assess that the action or the way a person lives more meaningful than others. Sipiritual intelligence (SQ) is the highest intellect that must be owned by a person in the context of their daily life and to achieve satisfaction in life. Spiritual mean man 's relationship with his Lord. Spiritual intelligence is the measure of man 's relationship with his Lord. Thus, individuals who have spiritual intelligence will have a good relationship with God and fellow human beings (Siti Lutfiyah, 2008).
It aims to discover and promote the factors that allow the human beings and the civilisation to thrive. Positive psychology is grounded in the belief that people want to have and lead a peaceful and meaningful as well as a fulfilling life. They want to cultivate what is best in them and to enhance their experiences and perception of love, work and play. This branch of psychology is intended to enhance
According to Rogers, people need to feel, experience and behave in ways which are consistent with their self-image and which reflect what they would like to be like, their ideal-self (Saul McLeod 2014). The closer their self-image and ideal-self are to each other, the more consistent or congruent they are. For Carl Rogers, a person who has high self-worth has positive feelings and confidence about him or herself (Saul McLeod 2014). They confront challenges in life, accept failure and unhappiness at times, and is open with people. Rogers believed feelings of self-worth developed when interaction with others.
• The humanistic perspective views human nature as basically good. They believe humans have an inherent potential to maintain healthy, meaningful relationships and to make choices that are in the interest of their self and others. The humanistic therapist focuses on helping people free themselves from certain ways of thinking and attitudes so they can live fuller lives. The humanistic therapist emphasizes growth and self-actualization. This perspective holds that people have an inherent capacity for their own responsible self-direction.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY: The cogent of spirituality in advance management has numerous objectives, like employees’ job satisfaction, self motivation, better after sales service and profit to the organization. Some of the main objectives focused in this paper are: a) To examine effectiveness of spirituality. b) To study spirituality as a new avatar of modern management. c) To study modality of effective spirituality. d) To avoid criss-cross agreements among staff.
“Enlightened leadership is spiritual if we understand spirituality not as some kind of religious dogma or ideology but as the domain of awareness where we experience values like truth, goodness, beauty, love and compassion, and also intuition, creativity, insight and focused attention.”Deepak Chopra Great communication skills coupled with Interpersonal skills are the building block to help with direction, guidance, and motivation of subordinates. One who is open-minded, willingly accepts ideas of others, have the ability to make changes. Someone who influence the actions of their subordinates guiding them to accomplish their full potential in an optimal manner. Who are goal oriented and thinks analytically. Personally taking responsibility for failures and generous in giving praises to others for their excellent work are all qualities of a
It is a naturally organic and emotionally sensitive style and is especially useful in circumstances such as change. This form of leadership style helps to build and maintain effective interpersonal relationships. (see appendix) 5.0 Sources of Power or influence If you practice supportive leadership, your employees will likely be more satisfied with you and with their jobs (see appendix). Some of the methods used by me to influence and empower my work group are; 5.1 Personal appeal-the leader uses referent power when asking the target to carry out a request or proposal as a personal favour due to their friendship. For example, using a more friendly approach towards giving my fellow CSR's their assigned
Empathy - Understand others and empathize with them by accepting and recognizing their special and unique spirit. The servant leader must assume the good intentions of their coworkers and not reject them, even when forced to reject their behavior or performance. 3. Healing - Having the potential to heal one 's self and others so that transformation and integration can take place. In The Servant as Leader, Greenleaf writes, “There is something subtle communicated to one who is being served and led if, implicit in the compact between the servant-leader and led is the understanding that the search for wholeness is something that
It is also important to the individual to ensure his/her best personal interest by establishing dynamic success structure (Dries et al., 2008). Under profitability theory by Martin (2001), it suggests that one’s and others’ abilities and strengths are capitalised by the individual to compensate for self-weaknesses, and achieve overall organisational profitability and productivity as a whole through teamwork through goals accomplishments. To enhance authentic feelings, it is important to encourage individuals to view career success in broader linear progression in personal and work roles. It enhance the individual’s satisfaction by merging self with work through motivation and well-being (Sullivan and Mainiero, 2008) and support (Van Buren,
Empathy is a selfless act that enables us to learn more about people and relationships with people - it is a desirable skill beneficial to ourselves, others and society. Phrases such as ‘being in your shoes’ and ‘soul mates’ imply empathy. Empathy has even been likened to a spiritual or religious state of connection with another person or group of