Servant Leadership Improves the Knowledge Sharing Behavior of Employees: A Case of Higher Education Sector in Pakistan


The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of servant leadership in organizations in Karachi and to investigate the level of knowledge sharing (KS) behavior among employees.  This study will explore the key qualities of servant leadership to be extracted from the literature and relate each trait with KS tendency. The study would base on quantitative design & followed post positivism research paradigm. The primary data has been collected from respondents of specific industry through survey questionnaire. Multiple regression has been used for model testing. The findings of the study enlightened benefits of knowledge sharing behavior that can be prevailed through servant leadership model and encourage employees’ participation. Four traits of servant leadership which are altruistic calling, emotional healing persuasive mapping and organizational stewardship has impact on knowledge sharing behavior of employees at workplace. The findings of the study will be beneficial for the managers and employees of the organization to understand the importance of servant leadership & its application in enterprises.