Impact of Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership on Energy Specific Pro-Environmental behavior: Moderating role of psychological empowerment

Authors

  • Muhammad Inam khan Phd Scholar Qurtuba University of Science & Information Technology DI Khan
  • Dr Muhammad Imran Associate Professor Department of Management Sciences Qurtuba University of Science & Information Technology DI Khan

Abstract

This research delves into the correlation between Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership (ESSL) and Energy Specific Pro-Environmental Behavior (ESPEB) among university teachers in the southern region of KPK, Pakistan. Additionally, it explores the moderating impact of psychological empowerment in this relationship. The primary objective is to uncover the factors influencing teachers' Energy Specific Pro-Environmental Behavior within their organizations, with a focus on the role of psychological empowerment. Employing a quantitative approach, the study employs questionnaire-based data collection methods administered to a sample of university teachers, and the gathered data is subjected to statistical analysis. The results reveal a positive and noteworthy connection between Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership (ESSL) and Energy Specific Pro-Environmental Behavior (ESPEB) among teachers. Furthermore, the study discerns that psychological empowerment significantly moderates this relationship, underscoring the impact of the psychological empowerment context on the association between Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership (ESSL) and Energy Specific Pro-Environmental Behavior (ESPEB). The implications of this study extend to both theoretical and practical realms. The findings underscore the significance of fostering a positive work environment and enhancing the overall quality of teachers' work life. Moreover, the study emphasizes the importance of developing psychological empowerment aligned with teachers' values and needs. By grasping these dynamics, educational institutions can establish an environment conducive to enhancing teacher commitment and bolstering organizational effectiveness.

Keywords: Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership (ESSL) and Energy Specific Pro-Environmental Behavior, psychological empowerment, Teachers, universities of southern region KPK, Pakistan.

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Published

2024-04-15

How to Cite

Muhammad Inam khan, & Dr Muhammad Imran. (2024). Impact of Environmentally Specific Servant Leadership on Energy Specific Pro-Environmental behavior: Moderating role of psychological empowerment. Journal of Business and Management Research, 3(1), 572–600. Retrieved from https://jbmr.com.pk/index.php/Journal/article/view/150