• Applying Critical Realism in Spirituality at Work Research

      McGhee, P; Grant, P (Emerald Insight, 2017)
      Purpose This study aims to demonstrate how critical realism (CR) can be used in spirituality at work (SAW) research and to provide a practical example of CR in SAW research. Design/methodology/approach CR is a ...
    • CSR and spirituality at work: convergent or divergent?

      McGhee, P; Rozuel, C, (AUT University, 2011)
      This paper reviews the history, meaning, assumptions and expectations ascribed to the respective concepts of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Spirituality at Work (SAW). Although the movement towards integrating ...
    • Ethical Leadership and Employee Mental Health: Comparing Private and Public Sector Employees

      Haar, J; McGhee, P; Grant, P (ER Publishing Ltd, 2022)
      Ethical leadership research mainly focuses on job outcomes while largely ignoring the potential influence on employee mental health. We seek to rectify this by examining the links between ethical leadership and work-life ...
    • The Influence of Managers’ Spiritual Mindfulness on Ethical Behaviour in Organisations

      McGhee, P; Grant, P (Spirituality, Leadership and Management Inc, 2015)
      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 ...
    • The Management Practice of Servant Leadership: A Levinasian Enrichment

      McGhee, P (Springer, 2022)
      This paper applies Emmanuel Levinas’ philosophy to the management practice of leadership. Specifically, it focuses on servant leadership, which is considered the most dyadic other-oriented style. While often viewed ...
    • Organisational narcissim: a case of failed corporate governance?

      Grant, P; McGhee, P (Springer, 2013)
      This book addresses the question: how can institutions develop and maintain a good purpose? And how can managers contribute to this endeavour? Twelve contributions explore this question, using MacIntyrean inquiry as a basis ...
    • Phronesis and Spirituality in the Workplace

      Grant, P; McGhee, P (Spirituality, Leadership and Management Inc, 2012)
      A recent paper by Authors (2008) argued that certain behavioural characteristics of spiritual persons inform an individual’s choice of values and, in turn, become part of their regulative ideal. A model was developed to ...
    • Spirituality and ethical behaviour in the workplace: wishful thinking or authentic reality

      McGhee, P; Grant, P (Business and Organization Ethics Network (BON), 2008)
      The link between religion and work is not new. For centuries, people have strived to interpret their work through religious lenses. Recently, however, a significant paradigm shift has occurred. The current view is that ...
    • Virtue: the missing piece in spiritual leadership

      McGhee, P; Grant, P (Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics, 2009)
      Fry’s (2003, 2008) models of spiritual leadership have successfully shown that spiritual leaders can create greater organisational commitment, productivity and improved employee well-being. In particular, they have proved ...