How Empowered Leadership in Pakistan's Public Sectors Enhances Employee Creativity a Mediating Role of Creative Self-Efficacy


  • Fahad Anwar University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Dr. Asad Afzal Humayun COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan



Employee creativity, empowering leadership, creative self-efficacy, and social cognitive theory.


This study's main objective is to better understand how empowered leadership in Pakistan's public sectors enhances employee creativity through the mediating role of creative self-efficacy. The most important success factors for every company, especially in the public sector, are job engagement and employee creativity. Questionnaire survey approach was employed by the researcher in the current quantitative study to collect data from participants. Survey participants included 176 employees working in Pakistan's private sectors. A simple random sample approach, which is a type of probability sampling, to gather data. Data analysis, data normality testing, and descriptive statistics were all performed using SPSS 26. Additionally, it has been shown that the link between empowered leadership, job engagement, and employee creativity has been mediated by creative self-efficacy. The new study adds the mediation function of creative self-efficacy between empowering leadership and employee creativity. Additionally, this study helps private sector employees in a variety of ways, such as by boosting their self-assurance, sense of purpose, and level of passion. This study helps businesses increase employee engagement, motivation, loyalty, and enthusiasm in their work in order to secure the company's success.




How to Cite

Anwar, F., & Dr. Asad Afzal Humayun. (2023). How Empowered Leadership in Pakistan’s Public Sectors Enhances Employee Creativity a Mediating Role of Creative Self-Efficacy. Journal of Tourism, Hospitality, and Services Industries Research (JTHS), 3(01), 19–33.