In 2016, a thematic research group of the French academic Association of Human Resource Management (AGRH) was established to promote research in the field of Management and Spirituality.Friday, June 28th and Saturday, June 29th 2019 the University Paul-Valéry - Montpellier 3 with the support of the AGRH, is organizing a two-day research colloquium on the theme "Spirituality, Development, Transformation" at the University Paul-Valéry - Montpellier 3.
Spirituality is an attractor bringing academics and professionals in search of meaning to rethink their perspectives and productions. Workplace Spirituality is considered "the recognition that people have an inner life that nourishes and is nourished by meaningful work that takes place in a context of community..." (Ashmos & Duchon, 2000: 137). Spirituality is a relational ideopraxis centered on a spiritual presence that unifies; enables to find harmony through the integration of the different aspects of oneself; orients by allowing to create meaning, to find one's place, what one is called to in life; and to connect with ultimate concerns, values and meaning (Tackney & al. 2017); mobilizes all aspects of life thus enabling self-realization, one's aspirations and potential, with intensity and joy (Duyck & al 2017).
Literature has steadily developed in this area (Cash & Gray, 2000; Giacalone & Jurkiewicz, 2003; Giacalone & Jurkiewicz, 2004; Karakas, 2009; Benefiel & al., 2014; Tischler & Al, 2007) showing that Spirituality is likely to influence areas as diverse as consumer behavior and experience (Moal-Ulvoas, 2014; Poulain & al., 2013), to increase well-being at work and performance in business (Duyck & Mhenaoui, 2013) and to inspire new forms of leadership (Pauchant, 2005; Voynnet Fourboul, 2012; Plane, 2015). The scope of literature on Workplace Spirituality covers different aspects of management research: organizational theory, leadership, human resources management, marketing, ethics and governance.
Format of communication projects and important dates Official languages: French and English
Communication project and intentions submission standards for management research The communication intentions must include the name(s) of the author(s), their institutional affiliation and the coordinates of the corresponding author, a title, 4 or 5 key words, a summary of 2000 characters including spaces specifying the subject, the problematic, the theoretical framework, the adopted methodology, the outline of some expected results as well as the selective references in support of the communication project. Papers should be original and not submitted to another symposium or be reviewed by a journal. Communication project and intentions submission standards for management practitioners The symposium or poster format can be selected for professionals.
CalendarDeadline for Submission of communications: February 28th 2019Notification to Authors: March 28th 2019Sending of articles with requested corrections: April 8th 2019Registration for the colloquium from April 10th 2019 to June 20th 2019Research colloquium: 28th and 29th of June 2019 in MontpellierColloquium address: University Paul-Valéry - Montpellier 3, Laboratory CORHIS, site Saint Charles, Rue du professeur Henri Serre, 34080 Montpellier, France
Communication submission standards Papers should be anonymous. Maximum number of characters: 45,000 spaces included.Margins: 1" (2.5 cm) on all sides Interline: simple Body of text: Times New Roman 12, spacing before 6pt and after 0pt, justified.Title 1: Times New Roman 14, bold, small caps, spacing before and after 12 pt, centered. Subtitles: 3 levels maximum, numbered (1. 1.1, 1.1.1) Title 2: Times New Roman 14, bold, spacing before and after 12pt, left alignment.Title 3: Times New Roman 13, bold and italic, spacing before and after 6pt, left alignment.Title 4: Times New Roman 12, italic, spacing before and after 6pt, left alignment. References in text: (Paillé et Mucchielli, 2012) Bibliography: References should appear in in alphabetical order.Books: Paillé P., Mucchielli A. (2012), L'analyse qualitative en sciences humaines et sociales, Paris, Armand Colin.Articles in journals, congress or edited book: DiMaggio P.J., W. Powell (1983), "The iron cage revisited: institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields", American Sociological Review, vol. 48, p. 147-160.Question de Management Selected articles will be submitted to the editorial board of the journal Question de Management for publication in a special issue. The production of an edited collective book in the AGRH research collection, published by Vuibert is also being investigated. Contact The address to correspond with the conference organizers is spiritualité2019@univ-montp3.fr
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