The study of the relationship between high school learning and job self-efficacy among employees of the Department of Physical Education of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province
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Paper ID : 1378-11THCONF
1دانشگاه شهرکرد
2Academic member of Shahrekord State University
Introduction: In the current world of learning, road learning is critical to adapting to the ever-increasing pace of change. At that time, organizations are more successful in learning more quickly and learning about their work processes. Organizational learning to adapt the organization to changes in the external environment. Other things that can affect organizations can be self-employed. Job self-employment has vast applications in learning and development situations and is an important factor in the human competence system. Performing tasks depends on differences in their performance beliefs by different people with similar skills in different situations or by a person in different circumstances. The purpose of this study was to predict self-employment based on organizational learning in the staff of the physical education department of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province.
Methodology: A descriptive-correlational study was conducted in the field. The statistical population consisted of all employees of the physical education department of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province in 1396, of which 170 were selected by simple random sampling. In this study, for measuring organizational learning, the standardized questionnaire of Nief (2001), which consists of 21 articles and 7 dimensions, was used. Its dimensions include a shared vision, organizational culture, group learning, knowledge sharing, system thinking, participatory leadership and development. Staff is competent. Each item has 5 options. To measure self-efficacy, Rigs and Knight's (1994) questionnaire has 21 factors in four dimensions, individual self-efficacy (10 factors), expectation of individual (8 factors), collective efficacy beliefs (7 factors), collective outcomes (6 factors) Became.
Results: The results of organizational learning responses (m = 76.6 and sd = 9.34) and self-efficacy (m = 118.76, sd = 14.60) were obtained from organizational learning responses and occupational self-efficacy using Pearson Correlation Coefficient Positive and meaningful relationships were found (r = 0.342, p = 0.001). Using multiple regression methods, organizational learning could predict 42% of the status of self-employed.
Discussion: The present study showed that, overall, organizational learning was a predictor of self-employment of employees. In explaining this result, it should be said that by developing organizational learning and using organizational learning enhancement techniques, one can influence people's beliefs in relation to their job assignments and, in the end, increase self-employment in the organization.