Impact of Leadership Empowerment on Job Satisfaction of Female Teachers of Girls Colleges of Sindh Mediated by Work Engagement


  • Benazir Solangi Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur
  • Muhammad Saleh Memon Associate Professor Institute of Business Administration Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur
  • Rafiq Rahman
  • Muhammad Asif Channa Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration Shaheed Muhtrama Benazir Bhutto Sindh University Campus Dadu



Leadership Empowerment, Work Engagement, Job Satisfaction


Purpose- This study aims to determine the role of leadership empowerment and work engagement in predicting job satisfaction of female teachers of Government Girls Colleges of Sindh, Pakistan.

Design/Methodology/Approach- The study has utilized survey questionnaire consist of 36 items to collect data from 360 female faculty members of Government Girls Degree Colleges of Sindh.

Findings- The data was analyzed by using SPSS for descriptive analysis and Smart PLS software was used to extract the inferential statistics. The results have confirmed the research objectives and answered all research questions for addressing the problem statement. Thus all the hypotheses were found supported. The work engagement was predicted by leadership empowerment at the rate of 29% and job satisfaction was predicted by leadership empowerment at the rate of 32%. Thus the work engagement has played a role of partial mediation.

Originality/Value- Job satisfaction considered as most researched job outcome in HR. In service sector the female teachers job satisfaction has not attain serious efforts of researchers and management of girl’s colleges to address their problems effectively. In this context, this study has figured out possible solution of female teachers’ problems.


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