Introduction: The aim of the current research was to design and fit the structural pattern of casual relationships between the psychological empowerment of organizational culture with work motivation, job engagement, and innovative behaviors.Method: This was a cross-sectional descriptive study. The participants in this study included 226 employees of an industrial company who were selected through multi-stage random sampling. five questionnaires, including Organizational Culture Survey, Psychological Empowerment, Job Engagement, Work Motivation, and Innovative Behaviour, were used. A confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling through AMOS-16 software were used for data analysis.Results: The structural equation modeling analysis supported model fitting to the data. The results showed that the organizational culture was positively and indirectly related to work motivation, job engagement, and innovative behaviors through psychological empowerment.Conclusion: It is recommended that managers support a culture where teamwork is encouraged, information is distributed fairly, decision-making is shared, communication is open, rewards fit functions and meetings are effective in order to empower employees. Such a culture will increase innovative behaviors, work motivation, and engagement.