The Relationships Between Self-Efficacy, Managerial Competency and Learning Orientation on Job Performance Among Leaders in Saudi Universities
Keywords:Job performance, Self-Efficacy, Learning Orientation, Leaders, Managerial Competency, Saudi Universities
A modern competitive environment demands organizations to struggle more in order to sustain growth and be successful. Leadership is the most crucial factor affecting the triumph or defeat of an organization. The meaning of leadership has changed a lot in the last ten years. Therefore, this study was to investigate the relationship between self-efficacy and job performance of the Saudi university’s leaders. For this purpose, data has been collected from 25 universities and analyzed by Smart-PLS Structural educational modeling. Results showed that university leadership's work performance had been numerously thought about in it; further to this, it tended to the hypothetical space by combining enterprising leadership as a critical intervening parameter. Current investigation has additionally figured out how to measure the influence of dynamic conditions in the connection between the extrinsic and intrinsic factors.