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2010 | nr 1 | 135--151
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Preventing corruption through spiritual leadership in organisations

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Spiritual leadership as a theory is still in nascent stage due to conceptual contradictions often perceived between spirituality and leadership. Besides, literature on spirituality is not available in consolidated form and it is spread across various disciplines viz., religious studies, psychology, communication, human resources and business studies. Also, there is need for developing and standardizing measurement tools for spirituality (Giacalone & Jurkiewicz, 2004). The paper has endeavored to present similarities and differences between spirituality and leadership and after integrating these concepts, has evolved a model of spiritual leadership based on the qualitative analysis of literature and life and work JRD Tata, a highly respected leader of a corporate conglomerate. The tenets of his exemplary spiritual leadership based on values, ethical conduct, idealized influence, individualized consideration and transcendental goal could form part of development of leaders in the corporate world as the corporate world needs ethical leaders more than ever before to prevent corruption and promote integrity. The spiritual leadership model can be tested by future researchers in other cultural contexts. (fragment of text)
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  • Organisational Behaviour & HRD Management Development Institute, India.
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