Career Self Efficacy, Achievement Motivation and Organizational Commitment to Conflict Preventive Behaviour of Lecturers in Oyo Town
Career self efficacy, achievement motivation and organizational commitments are considered as predictors of lecturers‟ conflict preventive behaviours in tertiary institutions in Oyo town. 300 lecturers (149 male and 151 female) of the four tertiary institutions were randomly sampled. What is the relative contributions of each of the independent variables and their joint contribution to the dependent variable. Using regression analysis of co-efficient of multiple regression ® and multiple correlation square (R2) for data analysis and mean, standard deviation and intercorrelations to determine predictive values, it was found that these variables jointly contribute to conflict preventive behaviour but relatively all but achievement motivation contribute too. All stakeholders in lecturers‟ conflict behaviour have roles to play in developing preventive skills.
Keywords: Achievement, Achievement Motivation, Behaviour, Conflict Preventive Behaviour, Organizational Commitment.
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