Multiple intelligences and job performance: the moderating role of learning goal oriented training

Kuang Jung Chen, Chieh Peng Lin*, Pei Chun Chen

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Abstract

This study drew upon self-determination theory and goal-setting theory to develop a research model that demonstrates how the job performance of expatriate workers is established. This study finds that work passion is a key intermediary that transforms multiple intelligences (i.e. cultural, emotional, and political intelligences) to increased work passion, which consequently boosts job performance. The positive moderation of LGO training on the relationship between cultural intelligence and work passion suggests how LGO training intensifies a deep understanding of cultural intelligence and consequently boosts work passion. The negative moderation of LGO training on the relationship between political intelligence and work passion suggests that political intelligence is less influential on work passion when the training is greatly enforced.

Original languageEnglish
JournalTotal Quality Management and Business Excellence
DOIs
StateAccepted/In press - 2023

Keywords

  • expatriate job performance
  • political intelligence
  • training and education
  • vocational learning
  • work passion

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