Psychological capital helps you increase your workplace competitiveness

Psychological capital helps you increase your workplace competitiveness

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“Psychological capital” helps you increase your workplace competitiveness

In the past two years, 鈥減sychological capital鈥?has become a brand new concept and its influence has been growing.
銆€銆€The so-called psychological capital refers to “who are you”, which refers to a person’s psychological state and psychological quality.
Anyone, manager or employee, has a mental capital, and whether the capital status is good or bad is critical to job performance.
銆€銆€In fact, attention to people’s psychological state and psychological quality has always been, but until recently, it was proposed as a capital concept in the enterprise or workplace, and systematically analyzed and studied.
Psychological capital includes at least the following aspects: Hope: A person who has no hope and self-destruction cannot create any value.
銆€銆€Optimism: Optimists attribute bad things to temporary reasons, and attribute good things to lasting reasons, such as their own abilities.
銆€銆€Resilience: The mental ability to recover quickly from adversity, conflict, failure, responsibility, and stress.
銆€銆€Subjective well-being: I feel happy in my heart, and it is true happiness.
銆€銆€Emotional Intelligence: The ability to feel the feelings of yourself and others, to be self-motivated, and to manage your emotions effectively.
銆€銆€Organizational citizenship behavior: consciously and spontaneously helping organizations, caring for organizational interests, and maintaining organizational effectiveness, it is not directly caused by the formal reward system.
銆€銆€Because of the huge potential of people, relative to capital, market and technology capital, the appreciation of psychological capital is the largest, and the best psychological capital can bring decisive competitive advantage.
Individuals with extraordinary psychological capital can withstand challenges and change, and can become successful employees, managers and entrepreneurs, from adversity to good times, from good times to greater achievements.
Self-confident, optimistic, and tough people, brave in innovation, dare to innovate, can maximize the role of knowledge and skills according to local conditions, and achieve their own achievements.
銆€銆€For enterprises, managers and employees with outstanding entrepreneurial spirit, team culture and excellent psychological capital have the most valuable core competitiveness.
It is for this reason that many excellent companies dare to say that you can dig out my people, but you can’t copy my spirit and culture!
銆€銆€These psychological capitals, whether for enterprises or individuals, can be consciously acquired, maintained and promoted.
If companies still only emphasize capital, market, and technology, and personal charging is still limited to knowledge and skills, it will certainly lag behind the pace of competition in the times.
By expanding activities such as training, understanding and elevating ourselves, stimulating self-potentials, and building corporate culture will be an important part of lifelong learning.