Relationship of Achievement Goal Orientation of University Teachers designation at Work Engagement and Organizational Commitment
The study was exploring the relationship between achievement goal with teachers’ designation at work engagement and organizational commitment. Research adopted quantitative approach and correlation design was used. The respondents of the study were selected from two districts (Lahore and Faisalabad) of the Central Punjab. 145 teachers from public and private universities of central Punjab were selected. Universities were selected through stratified random sampling technique. Data collection was done with the help of two instruments. Relationship between goal orientation, work engagement and organizational commitment was explored by applying Pearson r. Teachers’ designation as demographic variable was taken to find out significant difference by applying One-way ANOVA. Findings of the study revealed that there was a moderate positive correlation between male and female teachers designation.
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