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Spiritual Capital: An Important Asset of Workplace and Community?: Review of Literature and Concepts Prepared for Converge International
In considering the functioning of both businesses and communities, recent literature has recognised the importance of several ‘capitals’. Not only is ‘financial capital’ important, so also is ‘human capital’, in terms of the human skills and resources on which a business or community can draw. ‘Social capital’, the quantity and quality of relationships through which people cooperate with each other to achieve common ends, is also necessary. To this range of ‘capitals’ has been added the notion of ‘spiritual capital’.