Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts

Chairperson (Advisor 1)

Dr. Charles Nuckles

Reader (Advisor 2)

Dr. Kimora Kachelmyer


The topic of this study is self-efficacy and its relationship with workplace productivity. The focus of the study includes defining self-efficacy and provides tools for managers to use to facilitate self-efficacy in their employees. A variety of research material was utilized in the process including books, videos, research papers and a summation of questionnaire results. Questionnaires were provided to managers in a number of different occupations. Results were reviewed and common themes noted. Results were consistent with the research material reviewed. It appears that positive self-efficacy does affect productivity affmnatively as indicated by the results of the questionnaire and the research material studied.


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