Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Assessment Of Your Psycap

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Using Strengths to Increase Motivation Upon completing the PsyCap self-assessment, I received a feedback of “High level” in all of the categories. Just like the Big Five assessment, I was unsure what the assessments had to do with my efforts in work, until I dug deeper into the reading material; in which, changed my perspective on the assessments. According to Fred Luthans a professor at University of Nebraska, states “those with high levels of positive psychological capital, also known as, “PsyCap”, have higher levels of hope, efficacy, resilience, and optimism (HERO) (Kinicki & Fugate, 2016)”. Understanding the qualities on the assessment of your Psycap, has been shown to foretell many of the results in the Integrative Framework, such as, aggregating the job gratification, commitment, organization, and your security; while reducing intentions to quit, anxiety and job stress (Kinicki & Fugate, 2016). These individual qualities will be explain more in depth in the writing, with also providing some examples and details of how each quality will relate to my work place and how they may help me achieve my upcoming career goals. One of the most interesting things I found out about the PsyCap assessment qualities is that they are “trait-like” qualities, similar to the Big Five assessment, these qualities are open to development, and you can make an impact on these qualities. Briefly defining each quality as shown below: • Hope. Reaching towards your goals and redirecting

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