Relationship between organizational spirituality with psychological empowerment, creativity, spiritual intelligence, job stress, and job satisfaction of university staff. (English)

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      Introduction: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between organizational spirituality and psychological empowerment, creativity, spiritual intelligence, stress, and job satisfaction of employees of University. Method: Research group consisted of all employees of the university among whom 308 were selected at convenience. They filled out research tools including Milliman's Organizational Spirituality Questionnaire, Spritzer's Psychological Empowerment Questionnaire, Jafari's Creativity Questionnaire, King's Spiritual Intelligence Questionnaire, Job Description Questionnaire, and HSE Job Stress Questionnaire. Data were analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficient, independent t-test, one-way analysis of variance, and Scheffe's Post Hoctest. Results: The relationship between organizational spirituality and psychological empowerment, creativity, and job stress was positive and significant. Also based on the results of the employees of a job with spirituality organizational significant relationship. Conclusion: Spirituality is one of the most important variables affecting worker empowerment and creative organizations, and policy makers should use its maximum power to achieve organizational goals. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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