The Development and Resulting Performance Impact of Positive Psychological Capital

@inproceedings{Luthans2010TheDA,
  title={The Development and Resulting Performance Impact of Positive Psychological Capital},
  author={Fred Luthans and James B. Avey and Bruce J. Avolio and Suzanne J. Peterson},
  year={2010}
}
Recently, theory and research have supported psychological capital (PsyCap) as an emerging core construct linked to positive outcomes at the individual and organizational level. However, to date, little attention has been given to PsyCap development through training interventions; nor have there been attempts to determine empirically if such PsyCap development has a causal impact on participants’ performance. To fill these gaps we first conducted a pilot test of the PsyCap intervention (PCI… CONTINUE READING

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