Role of Motivation in Enhancing Performance of Teaching Staff of Public Secondary Schools of Khairpur District
This study investigates the relationship between motivation (Work Environment, Training, Reward and Safety as components of motivation) and performance with help of expectancy theory. The sample of the study is teachers of Government schools of Khairpur District of Pakistan. The survey questionnaires were distributed among the 100 respondents but only 70 questionnaires were adequate to be considered. The data were analyzed through SPSS, and as the relationship between variables is dependent and independent so the Regression method was used to interpret the results. The findings of the study shows that motivation can enhance 49.2% of teachers’ Job Performance, further more it was found that training is the only component of motivation which has significant effect on teachers’ job performance, where as other components of motivation (work environment, reward and safety) are not significant related to teachers’ job performance. Thus, it is advised to Government to invest sufficient amount of funds in training in order to improve Government teachers’ job performance.