Journal article Open Access
Rohini S. Nair; V. Sivakumar
Teachers have a very significant place in a society. They shoulder the responsibility of building the capacities of the future generations. For this, teachers must have a sense of belief in their capabilities. The sense of self-efficacy makes them connected to their work and workplace and also instils a sense of performing work that is meaningful. This helps in strengthening workplace spirituality. In the educational field, knowledge is of utmost importance. Sharing knowledge improves the development of, both, the individual and the organization. The intention and willingness to share knowledge depends on several factors. This study tries to understand the association of selfefficacy and workplace spirituality. The study also attempts to understand the moderating role of knowledge sharing intention on the relationship between self-efficacy and workplace spirituality. The result of the study shows that there is a significant positive relationship between self-efficacy and workplace spirituality. Knowledge sharing intention was also found to have a significant moderating effect on this relationship.