The Impact of Servant Leadership Practices on Employee Happiness and Job Performance: An Empirical Study on the Public Health Sector in Abu Dhabi

Alahbabi. A. M. F. M; Dr. Anidah B. R


Many organizations are facing different challenges associated with human capital. One of these challenges is making employees happy at the workplace. Another challenge is finding the appropriate leadership style which enhance the performance of individuals. The issue of happiness at the workplace needs to be properly conceptualized so that useful research on it could be conducted. Therefore, this study examined the mediation role of employee happiness on the association between servant leadership practices and job performance in public health organizations in Abu Dhabi in UAE. This study developed a conceptual framework of happiness at the workplace that could give valuable contribution to future research in this area. The result of this study is expected to bring many advantages to public health sector in UAE by understanding the role of employee happiness and servant leadership of the employees in the public sector so that qualified leaders are selected efficiently to develop the performance of staff in public health organization.

FULL TEXT PDF 1-7] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2024.04.125

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