The relationship between self-esteem and job performance

Elite Hutman, Florida International University

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to conduct a meta-analysis of the relationship between self-esteem and job performance. Overall, 49 studies were gathered and coded by their sample size, correlation estimate, and the reliability of the two measures being correlated. The data was processed using the interactive meta-analysis program called INTNL, which takes into account interactive effects between the artifacts (i.e., unreliability in the independent and dependent measures as well as sampling error). Analyses of four potential moderators were examined--type of self-esteem, the source of job performance, the type of setting and the type of self-esteem measures. Results indicated that the relationship between self-esteem and job performance is positive. However, there was only a weak support for moderating influences. Procedures to enhance employees' self-esteem are recommended. ^

Subject Area

Psychology, Industrial|Psychology, Personality

Recommended Citation

Elite Hutman, "The relationship between self-esteem and job performance" (January 1, 1999). ProQuest ETD Collection for FIU. Paper AAI1394458.
http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/dissertations/AAI1394458

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