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Title: The influence of managerial skills on employees’ commitment among lecturers in Makerere University, Kawempe Division, Uganda
Authors: Abigaba, Ronald
Keywords: Managerial skills
Employees’ commitment
Makerere University
Kawempe Division
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University, College Of Education, Open,Distance And E-Learning
Abstract: [he study was to explore the influence of managerial skills on employee commitment of [ccturers in Makerere University found in Kawempe division. The objectives of the study included; to determine the influence of technical skills of the level of employee commitment, to examine the effect of communication skills on the level of employee commitment, to establish the relationship between the levels of managerial skills and employee commitment in the college of Education and External Studies (CEES), Makerere University and Dossible solutions. [he study comprised a target population of academic staff, administrative staff~ support staff and members of the college management at Makerere University, College of Education and External studies (CEES). Simple random sampling was used on the accessible population members from ~rhom to obtain information. This was chosen on the basis of representation of employees due to he large population size. Primary and secondary data were utilized, with published media and internet sources being ;econdary data, while questionnaires were administered to obtain primary data and these will be we-tested for validity and reliability. The study was descriptive in nature; therefore analysis was lone through tabulations.
Description: A research report to be submitted to the College of Education, Open, Distance and E-learning in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of a Bachelors Degree of Science with Education at Kampala International University
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