Volume 12 No 2 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Servant Leadership and Job Satisfaction among Academicians


Muhammad Hashim, Haider Ali Malik, Anam Bhatti, Mahboob Ullah, Ghazala Haider

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V12I2.201051

Keywords: Servant, Leadership, Job Satisfaction, Public Universities, Academician, SEM.


Abstract

Servant leadership model is not something to have recently been explored that integrates subjects towards better teaming and productivity but playing well in the field ever since the recorded human history. The lives of the known Messengers of the God would explicitly reveal that they displayed servant leadership every now and then by dint of which they are yet followed yet in all social, political and economic spheres of lives. Here, in this study, four dimensions of servant leadership like: Altruistic Calling. (AC), Wisdom (W), Emotional Healing (EH), Organizational Stewardship.(OS) and Persuasive Mapping.(PM), have been examined to find whether, do they have an impact on workplace related outcome (job satisfaction)? Drawing on an information of 335 academicians of public universities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, uncovered that all components of servant leadership have direct effect on faculty satisfaction. These results add to the commitment of servant leadership practices, in like manner to values-based authority, which may conceivably demonstrates as originality to the literature about the effect of servant leader model practices on the efficiency of the academicians.

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