Spirituality and Psychological Well-Being Among Faculty at a Private Christian University
Keywords:COVID-19, leadership, differentiation of self, work and family balance, workplace spirituality, psychological well-being
This project examines the ways in which differentiation of self (DoS) and spiritual leadership effect work related and personal burnout which contributes to psychological well-being. The role of work and family conflict plays an important role in both understanding burnout and psychological well-being, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings represent a single snapshot from the beginning of the COVID-19 health crisis that indicate spiritual leadership is important to professors’ positive psychological experiences, and that differentiation provides important psychological resources against burnout.
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