Psychological Capital Questionnaire

Trainer's Guide for Developing Psychological Capital

Trainer's Guide for Developing Psychological Capital

Resource tool designed to aid trainers in developing a workshop for teaching about Psychological Capital and for how to use the PCQ to create positive behavioral change.

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Psychological Capital Questionnaire
Trainer's Guide for Developing Psychological Capital
by Fred Luthans, Bruce J. Avolio, and James B. Avey
Copyright © 2013 by Fred Luthans, Bruce J. Avolio, & James B. Avey

The guide is a two-phase intervention designed for leadership development through psychological capital. Each of the two phases is designed to be a stand-alone intervention. Phase 1 of the intervention can be applied to a wide array of populations including students and professionals. It is designed to build participant psychological capital. Phase 2 requires that participants be at some level of leadership responsibility where they are providing direction to followers under their direct influence. The second phase is designed to provide strategies for -- and efficacy to -- build follower psychological capital.

Both phases are best accomplished in conjunction with the Multi-rater Report of Psychological Capital so that the trainees have a perspective of how their Psychological Capital is viewed by those around them.

Page Count: 89

Psychological Capital Questionnaire
Avey, James B.

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.

Avolio, Bruce J.

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.

Luthans, Fred

Fred Luthans, Ph.D., has conducted the seminal work on Positive Organizational Behavior (POB) , Psychological Capital (PsyCap and the HERO within), and Organizational Behavior Modification (OB Mod). He is the University and George Holmes Distinguished Professor of Management , Emeritus at the University of Nebraska. He was President of the Academy of Management and the Editor of Organizational Dynamics, Journal of World Business and Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.