Management Development Programmes And Employee Performance In County Governments Of Kenya; A Case of Narok County
Kimorgo, Queen Naeku
Kithae, Peter Paul
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This paper aimed at exploring the role of management development programs on employee performance at the County Government of Narok, The study was guided by the following Research objectives: to determine the role of team building on employee performance at NarokCounty Government and, to ascertain how management conflict affect employee performance at Narok County Government. The study adopted a descriptive research design. The population under study was 1200 members of the Narok county staff. Data was collected from a sample size of 65 using both open and closed ended questions. Findings of the study were presented using tables and figures. Among the study findings were that team building was found to have a major role on the employee performance in Narok County and that it is a critical factor in enhancing employee performance. Likewise, conflict management was found to have contributed immensely in extending workers operating attitudes, productivity at work, and enhancing workers satisfaction. Finally, the paperrecommends that there is need for a longtime team building programs targeting all cadres of staff upon employment, and that employees should undergo conflict management to enhance employees’ working attitudes, to increase employees’ productivity at work and to contribute to employees overall satisfaction.