Identification of the Training Needs and their Impact on Performance: An Application Study on the Administrative Leadership in Libyan Commercial Banks

Samir Rawimed, Salah Zaki, Amir Bin Shaharuddin


The study focused on the impact of identifying training needs on application’s performance of the administrative leadership in Libyan commercial banks. The study’s sample consisted of Libyan commercial banks’ administrative leaders. The total sample size is (216) leaders who represent the members of the board of directors, general managers, heads of departments, heads of administration and office managers of Libya’s five largest commercial banks. The researcher used the descriptive analytical method in the study. The instrument was designed to achieve its goals and it confirms the factors’ validity and reliability before the final application was processed through an empirical sample. The results showed the presence of the impact of a statistically significant value to determine the performance’s training needs. The results showed that the value (F) was calculated (225.095) with degree of freedom (4), a statistically significant value at the level of significance (α≤0.05), and reached the coefficient correlation (.877a), a value that indicates a positive relationship .- coefficient of determination (R2) (.575), which indicates the study’s independent variables explain the inconsistency in the administrative leaderships’ performance in Libyan commercial banks with value of (%57.5). The results also showed test values (t). After identifying the significance of the training needs and their impact on the administrative leaders’ performance in Libyan commercial banks ,the beta value is (.391) and in terms of the values of (t) calculated (9.879), which is a significant value at a level of significance (α≤0.05), the methods of training needs’ identification have an impact on performance, reaching beta value (.205) and in terms of the values of (t) calculated the (5.972), a significant value at the level of significance (α≤0.05).The results also indicated that the support of the senior management of the training needs’ identification process had the greatest impact on the administrative leadership’s performance reaching beta value (.498) and in terms of the values of (t) calculated the (13.537), which is a significant value at the level of significance (α≤0.05). While it does not affect the process of identifying training needs which has its impact on administrative leadership’s performance in Libyan commercial banks.

Keywords: Administrative leadership, Training needs, Performance, Libyan commercial banks

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