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The present research aims to analyze the effect of workplace spirituality on teachers' critical thinking with the mediation of instructional leadership and knowledge management. The survey instrument was used to collect the data from the secondary school teachers of district Sukkur, Sindh, Pakistan by using a random sampling technique. Structural equation modeling (SEM) with maximum likelihood estimation was used to analyze the proposed hypothesis of the study. The study is based on the constructivism theory. The study has tremendous implications for theory, policy, practice, and educational institutions. Results showed that workplace spirituality has a positive relationship with instructional leadership and knowledge management. Results demonstrated that instructional leadership and knowledge management mediate the relationship between workplace spirituality and teachers' critical thinking. This study's findings will inform policymakers, legislative bodies, education ministries, curriculum developers, and other stakeholders who can utilize this knowledge to better support educators in their efforts to foster critical thinking skills.