On level of engagement and intent to leave a company
Psychological capital (Psy Cap) can be best defined as an overall positive state of mind. There are four main aspects: 1) hope, 2) self-efficacy, 3) optimism and 4) resiliency.
All four of these aspects have an impact on workplaces relationships and engagement levels at work. Psy Cap can be developed to prevent burnout and turnover in all businesses and organizations. Family businesses are not immune to the level of disengagement experienced in many companies.
This webinar covers:
- Recent thinking about the four key areas of Psychological Capital
- Relevance to engagement at work
- Leadership derailment and the effect on teams and cost to organizations
- What can be done to develop greater levels of Psy Cap.
About the presenter:
Yvonne Kinney has helped numerous leaders across the country maximize their performance. She is instrumental in turning leadership skills around and helping businesses plan, gain clarity and produce results. With more than 20 years’ experience, Yvonne’s focus is “growing your people so you can grow your business.” Her passion is Workplace Psychology, the field of psychology that studies people, work behavior (performance of tasks), and work settings to understand how behavior can be influenced, changed, and enhanced to benefit employees and organizations. Yvonne is a certified family business advisor, adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota in the Leadership Minor and a PhD Candidate at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Learn more.
Members can view the recording below.