Positive Psychological Capital with Sue Langley – London November 2019
Thursday 14 November: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm GMT
Positive psychological capital is defined as the positive and developmental state of an individual, characterised by high self-efficacy, optimism, hope and resiliency.
When these key elements combine in an individual, they will have a significant impact on wellbeing, mental health and resilience, and the ability to handle change and life.
What is the business impact?
From a business perspective, there is a positive relationship between Psychological Capital and the desirable attitudes you would want your employees to embrace: i.e job satisfaction, organisational commitment, psychological well-being; and there is also a positive relationship between Psychological Capital and the desirable behaviours you would want your employees to embrace.
There is also a significant negative relationship between Psychological Capital and undesirable attitudes of cynicism, turnover intentions, job stress and anxiety and undesirable behaviours such as deviance.
Explore how building positive psychological capital within your organisation develops engaged employees with high levels of wellbeing and much, much more.
This lecture is brought to you by the MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at the University of East London.