Role Of Self-Efficacy In The Relationship Of Training And Employee Performance

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Ayman S A Saad , Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dhakir Abbas Ali , Shaymaa Radhi Hashim , Mohammed Ali Maram , Dr. Raja Gopal Muthusamy


This study highlights the significance of incorporating self-efficacy cues into training and its impact on perceived employee performance. The study examines the mediating role of self-efficacy beliefs of individuals in the relationship between training and employee performance. The population comprises of permanent employees of the banking sector of Pakistan. The sample of 384 individuals has been taken for the study. Mediation analysis is performed by using a regression analysis method. Results of the study confirmed the proposed relationship with partial mediation. The findings of this study shed light on the role of self-efficacy in the performance enhancement of employees through training and development.

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