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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 1232-1238


ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS AS MEDIATOR IN LINKING PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT AND EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT

Shaukat Ullah Khan, Ahmad Ali, Dr. Adnan Khan, Mati Ullah Khan, Abdul Khaliq Alvi, Dr. Asghar Ullah Khan.

Abstract
The psychological empowerment is an important phenomenon that is responsible to inspiring and empowering the employees to take their own decision concerning the different issues in different situations. In this connection, the psychological empowerment is vital for shaping the employees’ behavior towards the tasks and objectives. Similarly, race for authority and control thereby using different resources to influence the decision making is also the phenomenon of greater values for employees and institutions. To what extent, the connection between psychological empowerment and employees’ performance is mediated by organizational politics is the main theme of current study. To examine the relationships among the research variables under considerations, the data was collected from the faculty members from southern region, KP, Pakistan. To find the answers of research questions, data was analyzed through different statistical tools to reach the conclusion more systematically. The results are significant which helps in reaching the conclusion which further helps in extracting certain recommendations for the policy makers and institutional management regarding the issues under considerations.

Key words: Organizational Politics, Psychological Empowerment, Employees’ Performance & HEIs



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