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Ozer, Muammer – Journal of Applied Psychology, 2011
Addressing numerous calls for future research on understanding the theoretical mechanisms that explain the relationship between organizational citizenship behaviors (OCBs) and job performance, this study focused on how an employee's relationships with coworkers mediate the relationship between his or her OCBs and his or her job performance. It…
Descriptors: Citizenship, Job Performance, Behavior, Job Skills
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Ansley, Brandis M.; Houchins, David; Varjas, Kris – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2016
In addition to the stressors common to many K-12 teachers, such as high-stakes testing, a lack of autonomy, and high mental and emotional demands, special educators also address the unique needs of their students, team-teach, and maintain caseload responsibilities (Emery & Vandenberg, 2010). Many who enter the profession are fulfilled by the…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Wellness, Job Performance, Stress Management
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Devlin, Patricia – Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2011
The impact of the Self-Determined Career Development Model (hereafter called the Self-Determined Career Model) on the job performance of four adults with moderate intellectual disability employed in competitive work settings was examined. Employees learned to set work-related goals, develop an action plan, implement the plan, and adjust their…
Descriptors: Employees, Mental Retardation, Job Performance, Employment
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Mahdinezhad, Maryam; Bin Suandi, Turiman; bin Silong, Abu Daud; Omar, Zoharah Binti – International Education Studies, 2013
In higher learning education, the performance is influenced by many factors. Effective leadership has an imperative role in the better performance and growth of the organization. Yet, several performance efforts were unsuccessful as a result of factors such as satisfactory leadership style of leaders. This study was carried out to identify the…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Transformational Leadership, Job Performance, Higher Education
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Blickle, Gerhard; Frohlich, Julia K.; Ehlert, Sandra; Pirner, Katharina; Dietl, Erik; Hanes, T. Johnston; Ferris, Gerald R. – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2011
Socioanalytic theory postulates that job performance ratings are predicted by basic social motives moderated by social competency. The two motives are the motive to get along with others and the motive to achieve status and power. The present two-study investigation assessed these motives as work values and collected supervisors' job performance…
Descriptors: Job Performance, Values, Interpersonal Competence, Motivation
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Mahfouz, Julia – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2020
Various job demands continue to be very stressing and exhausting for school administrators who have to work under unprecedented pressure. This qualitative study explores the various stressors school administrators experience and the coping strategies they utilize to manage their stress. Findings show that the various stressors experienced by the…
Descriptors: School Administration, Stress Variables, Stress Management, Coping
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Shaw, Ryan D. – Journal of Music Teacher Education, 2019
The purpose of this study was to investigate human resources (HR) professionals' perceptions of music teacher job candidate performance on prescreening interviews in five Midwestern school districts. Specifically, I explored how HR professionals viewed music teacher job candidate performance in relation to specific facets of the interviews as well…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Teacher Education, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Branscum, Paul; Haider, Taj; Brown, David; Sharma, Manoj – American Journal of Health Education, 2016
Background: The theory of emotional intelligence (EI) has been developed to evaluate and highlight the importance of emotional health, especially on job performance. Purpose: No study has examined EI's role on the performance of public health educators; therefore, this study examined the role of EI and social support on the performance of health…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Social Support Groups, Job Performance, Health Education
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Ganotice, Fraide A., Jr.; Yeung, Susanna S.; Beguina, Leonora A.; Villarosa, Jonalyn B. – Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 2016
Recent positive psychology literature has consistently demonstrated the link between PsyCap (composite score of hope, efficacy, resilience, and optimism--HERO) and employee productivity. However, most of these studies were conducted in industrial or organizational settings and have mostly examined the independent effect of hope, efficacy,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Well Being, Job Performance, Psychological Patterns
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Kasule, George Wilson; Wesselink, Renate; Mulder, Martin – Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 2016
A study was conducted to determine general professional development activities perceived to be important in enhancing university teaching staff's job performance, and the extent to which teaching staff participate in these activities in Uganda. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews with faculty deans and department heads (n = 20),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Colleges, College Faculty, Faculty Development
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Alonso, Consuelo; Fernández-Salinero, Samuel; Topa, Gabriela – Education Sciences, 2019
Current changes in social structures and political-economic systems directly affect teachers' job performance. Among others, these changes include changes in communication and information technologies, the scientific revolution, changes in the structure of populations, the revolution of social relations, economic and political transformations, and…
Descriptors: Job Performance, Information Technology, Social Change, Educational Change
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Bhatti, Muhammad Awais; Kaur, Sharan; Battour, Mohamed Mohamed – European Journal of Training and Development, 2013
Purpose: Researchers have been focusing on the predictors of expatriates' adjustment and job performance at different levels (individual level, organizational level and societal level), but still some of the predictors have been ignored or unclear in the expatriate literature. The purpose of this paper is to develop a comprehensive framework…
Descriptors: Individual Characteristics, Foreign Nationals, Cultural Awareness, Social Networks
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Ben, Camilus Bassey – World Journal of Education, 2012
The main purpose of this study is to investigate leadership among secondary school Agricultural Science teachers and their job performance in Akwa Ibom State. To achieve the aim of this study, three research hypotheses were generated to direct the study. Literature was reviewed based on the variables derived from the postulated hypotheses. Survey…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Agricultural Education, Secondary School Teachers, Job Performance
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Weer, Christy H.; Greenhaus, Jeffrey H.; Linnehan, Frank – Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2010
An extensive commitment to nonwork roles was negatively associated with the job performance of 182 women legal secretaries. In addition to its direct negative effect on job performance, nonwork role commitment had both a negative indirect effect (through emotional energy expended on nonwork roles) and a positive indirect effect (through resources…
Descriptors: Job Performance, Conflict, Enrichment, Females
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Uzun, Tevfik – Educational Research and Reviews, 2017
The main purpose of this study is to develop a scale intended for identifying the school administrators' nonverbal communication skills, and establish the relationship between the nonverbal communication skills of school administrators and job performance of teachers. The study was conducted in three stages. The first stage involved the creation…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Communication Skills, School Administration, Job Performance
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