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Based on the questionnaire data of 536 employees from China, this study explored the relationship between proactive personality and knowledge sharing behavior among employees, and the mediating effects of felling trust from supervisor and psychological safety, as well as the moderating effect of servant leadership. The results show that: (1) Employees’ proactive personality can not only directly and positively predict knowledge sharing behavior, but also can be predicted through the mediating effects of felling trust from supervisors and psychological security. (2) Compared with the level of felling trust from supervisors, proactive personality will increase its level and lead to more tendency of knowledge sharing behavior among employees. (3) Servant leadership can promote the effect of proactive personality on felling trust from supervisors and psychological safety, but also can weaken the predictive effect of proactive personality on knowledge sharing behavior.
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