Today, knowledge sharing as an element of knowledge management plays a crucial role in the growth of public organizations. Knowledge sharing is considered as a vital factor in knowledge – based economy especially in interactions among teams. In the meantime, the only way for managers to overcome unsecure, complicated and dynamic conditions is to have capable and efficient manpower as the critical wealth and assets of the organization with huge benefits for all organizations and institutes. On the other hand, employee’s knowledge sharing is, inter alia, way of manpower empowerment. As a result, present research aims at investigating the relationship between knowledge sharing and employee’s psychological empowerment in Kerman executive organizations. Its population consists of employees in Kerman executive organizations while sample size is 382 obtained by using simple layer random sampling and Kokran methods. Data collection tool is a standard questionnaire. To show it validity, construct validity is used while to show its reliability, Cronbach’s α value is utilized. In the meantime, library and field studies are conducted to gather needed information. In terms of purpose, this is an applied research while it is a descriptive and correlation study in terms of gathering needed data. To analyze obtained data in descriptive section, statistical indicators such as frequency, tables and graphs and in deductive section, Kolmogorov – Smirnov test, bi/multivariate average comparison, correlation test and confirmatory factor analysis in SPSS and LISREL software packages are used. The findings indicate that there is a positive and significant relationship between knowledge sharing and employee’s psychological empowerment in Kerman executive organizations.