Job-related Self-efficacy Measure

Job-related Self-efficacy Measure
1.    I have confidence in my ability to do my job.
2.    There are some tasks required by my job that I cannot do well.
3.    When my performance is poor‚ it is due to my lack of ability.
4.    I doubt my ability to do my job.
5.    I have all the skills needed to perform my job very well.
6.    Most people in my line of work can do this job better than I can.
7.    I am an expert at my job.
8.    My future in this job is limited because of my lack of skills.
9.    I am very proud of my job skills and abilities.
10.I feel threatened when others watch me work.
Job-related Group efficacy Measure
1.    The group I work with has above average ability.
2.    This group is poor compared to other groups doing similar work.
3.    This group is not able to perform as well as it should.
4.    The members of this group have excellent educational skills.
5.    Some members of this group should be excluded due to lack of ability.
6.    This group is not very effective.
7.    Some members in this group cannot do their tasks well.
 
 
 
Strongly Disagree‚ Disagree‚ Slightly Disagree‚ Neutral‚ Slightly Agree‚ Agree‚ And Strongly Agree
 
 

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