Psychological capital: the key to high performance?

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HR practitioners typically don’t have spare time to brush up on psychological research, but these frameworks can be a helpful lens through which to improve your people practices. The ultimate goal of people leaders is to create an environment that supports individual growth and performance. Research around psychological capital is full of useful lessons on how to better inspire and motivate teams.

In this article, we’ll break down the definition of psychological capital and its applications to coaching, feedback, and performance.

What is psychological capital?

The focus of psychologists has shifted away from solely

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