Impact of Motivation on Teachers’ Job Performance: A Case Study of a Public Sector University
Author(s) : Javed Hassan Akhtar & Irum Iqbal
Motivation is a critical variable in educational institutions as it upgrades staff performance and efficiency. The current study aimed to explore the impact of motivation on teachers’ job performance. In order to investigate the impact of motivation on job performance of university teachers, a descriptive survey design was employed through close-ended questions. The target population of the present study was all the male and female teachers from Ghazi University D. G. Khan, Pakistan. The study sample size was 100 teachers making 60% of the population which was randomly selected from each department of the university. The researchers used the questionnaire as data collection instrument on 5-point Likert scale. The results validated the research questions and proved statistically significant impact of teachers’ motivation on job performance.
Keywords: Intrinsic Motivation, Extrinsic Motivation, Teachers’ Job Performance, University Teachers.