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Staff motivation as a correlate of job performance

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Summary:

Every organization such as the library is established to achieve certain set goals. An organization is effective to the degree to which it achieves its goals. Dada (2008) posits that an effective organization ensures that there is the spirit of cooperation and a sense of commitment and satisfaction within the sphere of its activities. Consequently, in order to promote staff commitment and productivity in academic libraries, there is need for adopting motivational techniques such as conducive working environment, effective communication channels, staff development, regular promotions and functional financial incentives amongst others which presumably provides the propensity for effective performance (Amune, 2014; Abonam,2011).

Author:

Inemotimi Flint Kakiri

Biographie:

The author Kakiri,Inemotimi Flint attended Enitonna High School Port Harcourt and Cummunity Secondary School Bumoundi before entering the Rivers State College of Education,Port Harcourt where he obtained his Bachelor of Education Degree in History.He equally holds a Post Graduate Diploma and a Master Degree in Library and Information science.

Number of Pages:

96

Book language:

English

Published On:

2019-02-12

ISBN:

978-613-7-37840-3

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

Staff motivation, Job performance, Academic Libraries

Product category:

SOCIAL SCIENCE / General