Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow

Volume 10 : 11 November 2010
ISSN 1930-2940

Managing Editor: M. S. Thirumalai, Ph.D.
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Spiritual Communication and Managerial Effectiveness

Harish Shukla, M.Phil., Ph.D., and D. P. Mishra, Ph.D.


Effectiveness in terms of achievement of results by managers has always been the prime concern and motto of the owners of the business. The problem of developing effective managerial skills is compounded because the skills are more difficult to program when one has less environmental certainty. Effectiveness has been the prime objective of all the managers who believe in quality of output from themselves as well as by their subordinates.

It is communication that is the basis of all the good decisions; the decisions when implemented properly bear the fruits of results. These results stamp the managers as Effective Managers. It may be secondary for some managers how they achieve results using unethical practices. This success is short-lived.

Spiritual communication inspires managers to achieve objectives assigned to them and their team by their top management using ethical and qualitative ways. This paper discusses the factors that help managers achieve their results using spirituality and spiritual communication.


One of the most important aspects of our lives is the communication we share with friends and people we meet. Our interactions are the source of new information, new appreciation of others and their problems and troubles, and better understanding of ourselves.

However, probably, the most important benefit of human interaction is the impact on our emotions and beliefs. Good interactions will help us create a realistic image of ourselves, help us to grow emotionally and spiritually, and help us to define what we believe. The growth will result in an ability to cope with the troubles that the world will throw at us. Having a good basis of belief about ourselves, God, and how we fit into the universe is critical for our ability to grow and thrive in difficult circumstances.

The Role of Spirituality

Spirituality, in real sense, is inculcating and imbibing virtues and divine qualities.

Spirituality deals with enlightening one's thoughts, emotions and intrinsic tendencies. In simple terms it is the most evolved and comprehensive science of psychological, sociological and moral development, and ultimate progress. It brightens the intellect together with inculcation of sensitivity towards fellow beings and towards the grace of Nature.

Defining Spiritual Communication

Spiritual communication means conveying of message without spoken words. It demands awakening of mind. It generates pure thoughts capable of being executed that can lead to success for self as well as others in the given field.

Spiritual communication is an errorless and transparent technique that can be used for enlightening human life by utilizing available resources effectively.

Spiritual communication is a very ancient technique and heritage of our country. Modern science is capable of great inventions and innovations but it is ignorant of this skill. It is this skill that generates the inner potential of man.

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Harish Shukla, Ph.D.
Department of MBA and Humanities
Shri Vaishnav Institute of Technology and Science
Indore 452002
Madhya Pradesh, India

D. P. Mishra, Ph.D.
Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth
Indore 452002
Madhya Pradesh, India

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