Impact of Self Efficacy on Motivation and Performance of Employees

Jacob Cherian, Jolly Jacob

Abstract


The aim of this study is to perform a meta-analysis which analyses the individual research findings which pertain
to the relationship between self-efficacy, employee motivation and work related performance of the employee.
From the results of the study it is observed that self-efficacy theory can be applied for work related performance
in terms of motivating different employee related facets as well as organizational pursuits. In this study the
researcher has attempted to assess the influence of self-efficacy on the performance of individuals at workplace
and the mechanism by which self-efficacy of an individual determines his/her work related performance and
motivation. Thus, it becomes necessary to identify the practical implications of the outcomes related to
improving employee self-efficacy in order to motivate them and improve their performance.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v8n14p80

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