Unleashing Employees’ Creativity: Responsible Leadership in Public Sector Universities of Punjab, Pakistan
Keywords:Employees Creativity, Higher Education Institution, Perceived Organizational Support, Responsible Leadership
The purpose of this research is to investigate the influence of responsible leadership on employee creativity. It has been pointed out that employee creativity has been examined from different leadership styles but rarely from a responsive leadership perspective. It also examines the moderating role of perceived organizational support between responsible leadership and employee creativity. This research is based on social exchange and social learning theories. The data were collected from administrative employees of public sector higher education institutions (universities) of Punjab province, Pakistan and analyzed using SPSS and SMERT PLS 4. The measurement model ensures the validity and reliability of the focal constructs. The results show that responsible leadership has a significant effect on employee creativity. The results also found that perceived organizational support moderates the relationship between responsible leadership and employee creativity. The current research adds to leadership knowledge by creating an integrated framework that increases understanding of how responsible leadership is more effective in providing resources for employee creativity in a public sector higher education institution.
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