Psychological Capital Questionnaire
by Fred Luthans, Bruce J. Avolio, and James B. Avey
ACL Copyright © 2007 Fred Luthans, Bruce J. Avolio, and James B. Avey
Upon purchase, we will email you a link to your Transform™ Portfolio where you will enter participants’ names and email addresses (each report includes one  license for Transform Survey Hosting). Participants will be invited to login to Transform™ and access their Participant's Page. Here, participants can add raters, access their self-assessment, view rater completion status, and verify their personal information. If you don't want participants to add their own raters or have access to these features, please read our Creating a Multi-rater Campaign Tutorial. You can monitor the progress of your participants and their raters from your Portfolio. Surveys will be scored and reports generated and released at your discretion.
The Psychological Capital (PsyCap) Model
Evidence-Based Management (EBM)
What is PsyCap in terms of its components (HERO)?
Making the Most of Your Report
Your PsyCap Profile
Comparison with Norms
Your PsyCap State-Like Attribute Strengths
Your PsyCap Areas for Development
PCQ Items - Self and Rater Averages
Developing Psychological Capital
To see a Sample Report, click on the tab above.
Group Reports calculate and summarize average PCQ scores for a group of participants and their raters. They are available for purchase as an accessory.
To view a sample report, click here.
James B. Avey, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management at Central Washington University (Ellensburg, WA). His areas of expertise are leadership and human resource management.
Bruce J. Avolio, Ph.D., is a Professor of Management at the University of Washington Foster School of Business where he also serves as the Executive Director of the Foster Center for Leadership. His specialties include Leadership Assessment and Designing Micro Development Interventions.
Fred Luthans, Ph.D., is and expert in Positive Leadership, Psychological Capital, and Organizational Behavior. He is the University and George Holmes Distinguished Professor of Management at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (Lincoln, NE) and an editor of Organizational Dynamics and the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
|Quantity||Price Per Unit|