TEACHER ACHIEVEMENT PERFORMANCE: EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATION CULTURE, ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION, AND JOB SATISFACTION
This study investigates the various factors that influence teacher achievement performance, with a particular focus on the interaction between organisational culture, achievement motivation and job satisfaction. Based on a comprehensive literature review and using a quantitative methods approach, we surveyed a diverse sample of educators to assess the relationships among these variables. Our findings suggest a significant correlation between organisational culture and teacher achievement performance, underscoring the important role of a supportive work environment. Moreover, achievement motivation emerged as a key predictor of performance, suggesting that individual drive and goal-oriented behaviour contribute significantly to teacher success. In addition, our study identified a nuanced relationship between job satisfaction and achievement performance, which highlights the need for a balanced and satisfying work experience to enhance educator effectiveness. The implications of these findings for educational institutions, policymakers and professional development initiatives are also discussed, providing insights into fostering a conducive environment that encourages teacher achievement and, consequently, improves overall educational outcomes.
Organizational Culture, Achievement Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Performance.