- January 13, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Building Psychological Capital…
Learn how to build Psychological Capital from the new field of Positive Psychology. Psychological Capital (PsyCap) is the motivational propensity to achieve and is constructed from hope, self-efficacy, resilience, and optimism. PsyCap is significantly related to important outcomes such as engagement, organizational commitment, stress, well-being, turnover intentions and performance. This event will introduce the research around PsyCap and train participants how to increase their own PsyCap to better reach their own goals. These skills are essential for coaches, leaders and trainers.
About Our Presenter: Jennifer Thompson
Jennifer Thompson has combined her career as a business psychologist with the newest field of positive psychology and its effect on organizations and individuals. As an expert in statistics and research methodology, Jennifer can measure unseen phenomena in organizations and their effects on company culture. Through her PhD in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology and a Certification in Positive Psychology, Jennifer brings together a strong scientific background paired with the latest research on emotions and motivation to generate a powerful result.
Jennifer has the capacity to take complex scientific information and break it down simply for general audiences. She uses adult learning principles to make training engaging and change behaviors. Jennifer has been a professor in Business Psychology at The Chicago School for over 15 years. She has experience in the airline, technology, and healthcare industries.
Venue: Virtual meeting held online
Instructions for how to log into the virtual meeting will be sent to all registered participants in advance of the program start time.