Abusive Supervision, Job Performance, and Creativity: Role of Creative Self-efficacy in Public Sector Organizations
Keywords:Abusive Supervision, Job Performance, and Creativity and creative self-efficacy.
The present study investigates the effect of Abusive Supervision, Employee Performance, and Employee Creativity: The Role of Creative Self-Efficacy in public sector organizations in Pakistan. We have utilized social cognition theory to investigate how leadership influences employees’ creativity and the COR theory used in the study. Both theories are supported by the study. We gather the data through emails, or by face-to-face distributed questionnaires. The sample size is 350, and questionnaires were distributed and collected data from different public organizations. By using the SPSS, we get the results. After getting the results, Abusive supervision and creativity have a significant relation. Abusive supervision and creative self-efficacy have a significant relation. Creative self-efficacy and creativity have a significant relation. The implications of our study for both theory and practice are discussed. This study is anticipated to fill in some of the gaps in the body of knowledge regarding abusive supervision in Pakistan’s public sector organizations because there has not been much research in that area.