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Influence of professional skills and personal competencies on job performance of registry staff in University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Oluwasegun Ademola Anjorin, Yemisi Kehinde Adebari-Yusuf, Bolanle Tawakalitu Sanni

Abstract


This study investigated the influences of professional skills and personal   competencies on job performances of registry staff in University of Ibadan, Nigeria. The study adopted the survey research deign while 102 registry staff participated. Finding from the study revealed that registry staff in University of Ibadan presses average  professional skills to carry out their duties as well as the requisite personal   competencies needed to perform their duties. The study further established a high level of job performance among the registry staff. Positive relationships were established  between job performance and professional skill as well as between job performances and personal competencies. The study of made some recommendations based on function from the study.


Keywords: Professional skills, personal competences, job performances, registry staff,
University of Ibadan.




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