Investigating the Relationship between Psychological Capital and Spiritual Intelligence with the Employees’ Performance of an Organization
Mohammad Hassan Ghanifar, Ali Asghar Khodabakhshi, Mehdi Balideh
Regarding the high importance of the impact of spiritual intelligence and psychological capital on the performance of individuals and consequently on the performance of organizations, this study was conducted aiming to evaluate the role of spiritual intelligence and psychological capital on organizational performance. This study was of descriptive-correlation type in which all employees of an organization including 117 people were studied. Data collection tool in this study included spiritual intelligence questionnaire, psychological capital questionnaire and employees’ performance. Data analysis of this research and testing its hypotheses were performed by Excel, SPSS 19, and R software. The findings indicated that there was a significant positive relationship between employees’ performance and psychological capital as well as the employees’ performance and spiritual intelligence. On the other hand, the results showed that except in the subscale of expanding consciousness state, there was a significant and positive relationship between psychological capital and spiritual intelligence in other subscales.