Role of Self-Motivation and Social Skills in Performance


  • Wittawas Sangperm Police
  • Nuanluk Sangperm Faculty of Management Sciences, Kasetsart University, Sriracha Campus, Chonburi, Thailand
  • Pannamas Aramrueang Lincoln Legal, Business and Research Consultants Co., Ltd., Thailand


Self-Motivation, Sustainable Performance, Social Skills, Court Judge


The objective of the current study is to examine the role of self-motivation and social skills to enhance the performance. Therefore, the relationship between self-motivation, social skills and performance was examined by the current study. A survey was carried out for data collection form Thailand. Thai court judges were the respondents of the study. By using a questionnaire survey, 200 questionnaires were used for data collection. Finally, data was used for analysis through statistical tool, namely, Partial Least Square (PLS). Results of the study found that self-motivation has positive effect on performance and social skills. Moreover, social skills have positive effect on performance. Finally, it is found that social skills mediate the relationship between self-motivation and performance.




How to Cite

Sangperm, W., Sangperm, N., & Aramrueang, P. (2021). Role of Self-Motivation and Social Skills in Performance. Asian Crime and Society Review, 7(2), 14–26. Retrieved from