THE IMPACT OF MOTIVATION ON ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
The study aimed to identify the impact of motivation on organizational behaviour. The descriptive analytical approach was used, through a questionnaire that included four axes. The study sample included (54) teachers working in two secondary schools based in East Jerusalem. The data was processed using the statistical analysis program (SPSS), and the Pearson test was used to determine the extent of the association, in addition to the ANOVA test to examine the research hypotheses. The results indicated that the most important manifestations of incentives and their impact on organizational behaviour from the teachers' point of view are they receive transportation allowances to and from school, secondly, the school also engages them in development courses as needed, and thirdly, it involves teachers in making special decisions. It also showed that the most important manifestations of organizational behaviour from the teachers' point of view is represented in that the school occupies advanced results at the academic level, and that the school is progressing in its performance during the current year, and their sense of respect and appreciation from all employees in their institution. As for the hypotheses, the study showed that there were no statistically significant differences in the degree of motivation and its impact on organizational behaviour due to the variables of gender and academic qualification, and showed that there are statistically significant differences in the degree of motivation and its impact on the organizational behaviour due to the variable of age and in favour of teachers whose age is (less than 30), and there are statistically significant differences due to the variable years of experience, and in favour of teachers who have years of experience (5 to less than 10). The study recommended working on preparing a system of incentives and renewing it according to the conditions in which the school is active and according to the characteristics of any individual at work, away from personal relationship, justice. Motivation should focus on teachers who are less than 30 years old. Incentives should be provided to teachers with years of experience (5 to less than 10), finally, the study recommends conducting more studies and research on how incentives affect organizational behaviour.
Keywords: Organisation Behaviour, Motivation.