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Development Of Thriving At Work & Organizational Citizenship Behavior Through Islamic Work Ethics And Humble Leadership

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Development Of Thriving At Work & Organizational Citizenship Behavior Through Islamic Work Ethics And Humble Leadership

In the last 2 decades, the emergent concept of thriving at work has attracted management researchers. The concept of human thriving was initially used to describe
human function and how humans develop and adapt to various situations (Brown
et al., 2017). More specifcally, thriving refers to the “joint experience of a sense
of vitality and learning” (Porath et al., 2012: p. 250) experienced by a person in an
environment. Regarding the context of the work environment, Kleine et al. (2019)
identifed thriving at work outcomes, including health (e.g., burnout), attitude (e.g

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