Internal Locus of Control, Task, and Contextual Performance in Multinational Organisations
The study investigates the association of employees’ internal locus of control, employees’ contextual and task performance. Survey questionnaires were gathered from middle-level managers from the banking sector of Pakistan. Regressions analysis was utilized to inspect the impacts of internal locus of control on two dimensions of employees’ performance. Results demonstrate that middle-level managers internal locus of control emphatically impact task performance; internal locus of control uncovers a negative impact on employees’ contextual performance. Besides, a person possessing an internal locus of control may experience a higher positive impact on employee task performance.