Staff Development And Performance Of Selected Non-governmentalorganisations In Kampaldistrict, Uganda (Hospice Africa,ibfan)

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ABSTRACT The study established the effect of staff development programmes on performance of Non-Government Organizations in Uganda especially Kampala District. This study is guided by three specific objectives and these were i) to determine the effects of training and performance of NGOs in Kampala district Uganda. ii) to evaluate the effect of staff empowerment and performance of NGOs in Kampala Uganda. and iii) To examine the employees participation on performance of NGOs in Uganda. This research used a descriptive correlation design to describe the relationship between staff development and performance of NGOs. The study used a population of 148 and a sample size of 108. In reaching respondents, Questionnaires were used who were randomly selected to be part of the study and the data collected was organized and analyzed to generate information which came from the research. The findings showed the following: staff development was rated satisfactory, hence indicating that the employees in the selected NGOs in Kampala district, Uganda are effectively trained, empowered and have a right to participate on issues concerning the Organization, the performance of NGOs was rated satisfactory, hence indicating that the selected NGOs in Kampala district always perform their duties through implementing programmes effectively, acquiring quality outcomes and accomplishing of projects the way required by their funders, the findings indicated a positive and significant relationship between staff development and staff performance of selected NGOs in Kampala district, Uganda, and hence implying that improvement in staff development activities increases the level of performance of NGOs in Kampala district, Uganda. The researcher concluded that; employees in the selected NGOs in Kampala district, Uganda are effectively trained, empowered and have a right to participate on issues concerning the Organisation, the selected NGOs in Kampala district always perform their duties through implementing programmes effectively, acquiring quality outcomes and accomplishing of projects the way required by their funders, and lastly improvement in staff development programmes, also increases the performance of NGOs in Kampala district, Uganda, and therefore among all the aspects of staff development, training accounted for the biggest influence on performance ofNGOs

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APA

Research, S. (2022). Staff Development And Performance Of Selected Non-governmentalorganisations In Kampaldistrict, Uganda (Hospice Africa,ibfan). Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/staff-development-and-performance-of-selected-non-governmentalorganisations-in-kampaldistrict-uganda-hospice-africa-ibfan

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Research, SSA "Staff Development And Performance Of Selected Non-governmentalorganisations In Kampaldistrict, Uganda (Hospice Africa,ibfan)" Afribary. Afribary, 21 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/staff-development-and-performance-of-selected-non-governmentalorganisations-in-kampaldistrict-uganda-hospice-africa-ibfan. Accessed 01 Feb. 2023.

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Research, SSA . "Staff Development And Performance Of Selected Non-governmentalorganisations In Kampaldistrict, Uganda (Hospice Africa,ibfan)". Afribary, Afribary, 21 Aug. 2022. Web. 01 Feb. 2023. < https://afribary.com/works/staff-development-and-performance-of-selected-non-governmentalorganisations-in-kampaldistrict-uganda-hospice-africa-ibfan >.

Chicago

Research, SSA . "Staff Development And Performance Of Selected Non-governmentalorganisations In Kampaldistrict, Uganda (Hospice Africa,ibfan)" Afribary (2022). Accessed February 01, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/staff-development-and-performance-of-selected-non-governmentalorganisations-in-kampaldistrict-uganda-hospice-africa-ibfan