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Positive psychological capacities, empowerment and job performance
(North-West University, 2008)
In the landscape of the 21st century, where competition in the financial sector is growing even more intense, the future will belong to those organisations that harness the power and potential of their human capital. It ...
Exploring the relationship between psychological capital and work engagement
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
In recent years, employees’ psychological connection with their work environment has gained importance in organisations. In order to face the economic challenges and to compete effectively in the global market, companies ...
Resilience in professional nurses
(North-West University, 2010)
Research on human resilience has attempted to uncover how certain individuals, even when faced with adverse working conditions can bounce back without serious psychological harm and continue their development. There is ...
Experiences of employees in a non-profit organisation : the role of psychological capital
Research regarding employee well-being has generally been neglected in the non-profit organisation (NPO) sector. In many aspects NPOs function similar to for-profit organisations, but face challenges such as more financial ...
The role of positive organisational behaviour in employee self–development and organisational outcomes
(North-West University, 2011)
Businesses are operating in extremely turbulent and dynamic environments – globally and nationally – and have to adapt to ever–increasing changing circumstances, as well as cope with severe pressure to increase profit ...
Determining psychological capital in the Department of Community Safety and transport management
(North-West University (South Africa), 2015)
Psychological capital is a positive state-like capacity that is defined as an individual's positive psychological state of development and is characterized by "having confidence (self-efficacy) to take on and put in the ...