Managers’ spirituality, mindfulness, and ethical behaviour

Mindfulness: theories & benefits

McGhee, P., & Grant, P. (2015). The influence of managers’ spiritual mindfulness on ethical behaviour in organisations. Journal of Spirituality, Leadership and Management, 8 (1), 12-33.Full text. http://dx.doi.org/10.15183/slm2015.08.1113

Abstract. Recently, there have been several corporate scandals both in New Zealand and overseas involving unethical management behaviour that caused significant harm to a range of stakeholders. The literature on spirituality and mindfulness posits that each could enhance ethical praxis and management conduct if they were encouraged in organisations. To date, minimal work has been completed bringing these related constructs together and demonstrating how and why they might influence ethical decision-making and behaviour positively. This paper attempts such a combination.

As part of a larger study, 14 managers from a variety of organisations were interviewed to determine how their spirituality influenced their ethical behaviour in the workplace. Using stories of real-life critical incidents and thematic analysis, this research found that…

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