Gratitude dalam Konteks Organisasi


Muhammad Rafli Tarawih Abdul Salam(1*), Aulia Aulia(2), Erita Yuliasesti Diah Sari(3),


(1) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
(2) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
(3) Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Gratitude memiliki peran dalam menjadikan lingkungan kerja sehat sehingga mampu meningkatkan motivasi serta mengarah pada kinerja karyawan menjadi lebih produktif. Meskipun pada dasarnya para ahli memiliki anggapan yang berbeda mengenani konsep gratitude namun keseluruhannya memberikan pemaknaan yang sama mengenai bagaimana gratitude mampu memberikan kontribusi di semua aspek positif di kehidupan manusia terutama di linkungan kerja. Metode tinjauan literatur digunakan untuk mengumpulkan materi yang relevan tentang topik ini untuk mengkaji lebih jauh mengenai gratitude dalam upaya memperluas pengetahuan dan menekankan efek positif dari gratitude dalam konteks organisasi. Kajian literatur ini menemukan bahwa bahwa gratitude memiliki relevansi dengan bidang organisasi. Gratitude menjadi lebih dari sekedar diperlukan di lingkungan kerja yang selalu berubah dinamika konfliknya, tujuannya adalah membuat karyawan tetap termotivasi, tertarik, dan loyal kepada organisasi. Gratitude dalam konteks organisasi berhubungan dengan perasaan membangun, menghargai, membantu menciptakan lingkungan kerja yang positif dan bahagia, memengaruhi dan memperkuat hubungan antara manajemen dan rekan kerja. Graitude juga mampu meningkatkan motivasi karyawan untuk memberikan kinerja terbaiknya, dan berdampak pada kemungkinan peningkatan keberhasilan individu dan organisasi.

Keywords


Gratitude; Organisasi; Lingkungan Kerja.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31289/diversita.v6i1.3425

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