This study was taken to explain the role of job satisfaction as a mediator between servant leader
behavior and employees commitment. Altruistic calling, persuasive mapping and organizational
stewardship were the strong predictors of employees commitment. A structured questionnaire was used to get
responses from 136 faculty members of different private universities. The findings of this work showed that faculty
members from private universities not only affirm their behavioral
importance while making policies and rules for the reward system (Job
satisfaction) but showed their concerns to develop and adopt its behaviors
as well. The contribution of this present study is not only to add to the
novelty of literature in the field of servant leadership model approach, but
it also contributes towards the employees commitment and job
satisfaction in private universities. Theoretical, as well as practical
suggestions, are provided at the end of the paper.
1-Muhammad Azizullah Khan Associate Professor,Management Sciences,Preston University, Kohat, Islamabad, Pakistan.2-Abid Usman Professor, Business Administration, Iqra National University, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan3-Muhammad Hashim Lecturer,Higher Education,GCMS, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
job satisfaction, servant leader, universities, faculty and private.