Organisational Citizenship Behaviour of MBA students: The role of mindfulness and resilience

Anand N. Asthana

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This research examines the relation between mindfulness and Organisational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) of future business leaders, viz., MBA students through the lens of resilience. We also evaluate the impact of mindfulness on their academic performance in their business schools which is an indicator of future business success. The study found that mindfulness is a significant predictor of OCB as also of grades achieved by the students in the MBA programme. Further, we find evidence for the partial mediation model. We find that one third of the effect comes from higher resilience while the remaining two thirds comes directly from mindfulness. In case of the grades obtained by the MBA students, 37.5 per cent of increase comes through resilience whereas the rest comes from mindfulness directly. We find that mindfulness fulfils this objective of the students in addition to broader social objective of enhancing their OCB.
Idioma originalEspañol
PublicaciónInternational Journal of Management Education
Volumen19
EstadoPublicada - 1 nov. 2021

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