International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Model of Collective Efficacy, Organizational Commitment and Job Performance among Village Leaders
Mohd Yusri Ibrahim

Job performance by village leaders is the key to promote sustainable life among rural communities. However, previous studies found performance issues among them remain as serious problems. This study was conducted to predict job performance among village leaders in fisheries communities by variables of collective efficacy and organizational commitment. Participants were 153 members of village organization that selected by stratified sampling, while the data was collected by questionnaires and analyzed by structural equation model (SEM). The finding shown that the collective efficacy was significantly contributed to job performance and the organizational commitment had fully-mediated to the relationship between collective efficacy and job performance. The study also resulted that the model with organizational commitment as mediator was fitter than the model without mediator. Finally, this study has successfully developed a model how to increase job performance among fisheries village leaders by encourage collective efficacy and organizational commitment among them.

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