Spiritual Intelligence indicates the level and quality of spiritual experience, which is sacred, and a deep sense of vitality and interconnection that has the strength to facilitate people to use their actions and existence in a wider, richer and more meaningful context in the organization. Surmising on the affirmations from studies that hypothesize the relationship between workplace spirituality and attitudinal variables in the workplace, we envisage reviewing the available literature for future empirical endorsements. More precisely we outline what is spiritual competence and spirituality in the workplace? Why is it essential to learn about the phenomenon in the workplace? The authors envisage demonstrating how by developing spiritual intelligence, one can develop the indispensable qualities of intrapersonal balance and interpersonal relations, problem-solving skills, goal attainment, motivation, commitment, self-awareness, team spirit, and leadership, all of which foster an individual’s success at the workplace. Spiritual intelligence offers a number of strategies for developing spiritual competence, particularly with clients from commonly encountered religious traditions or cultures. Thus the study supports the proposition that spirituality within organizations is a contemporary personal competence enhancing tool.