Leaders also encourage spirituality in the workplace. The term spirituality comes from the Latin spiritus, which means vapor, breath, air, or wind. Spirituality, which differs in definition, consists of sacred practices such as prayer, worship, meditation, writing, and connection, often beneficial to people's management of life's unpredicted stressors and mishaps. Work is a God-ordained activity, and spirituality means many things to many people; however, it creates an interconnectedness for completeness and joy when meshed well into organizations. Leaders can support an employee's spiritual accommodation or expression in the workplace if that practice helps them overcome mental health illness. We will get from stigmatization of mental health to acceptance and help-seeking by promoting benefits for everyone involved in the change. Therefore, Leaders should communicate consistently, purposefully, and tactfully to create meaning and safe connections between them and their employees' use of spirituality in the workplace.