Research on Psychological Capital Intervention Strategy of Enterprise Employees

Guangyi LI, Shanshan YAN


As the fourth largest capital beyond material, human and social capital, psychological capital has received extensive attention of scholars and entrepreneurs since proposed. Psychological capital can be intervened and developed, and it has significant influence on employee’s performance according to a number of domestic and overseas empirical studies. Therefore, the intervention on psychological capital has both potential and practical significance. After the introduction of connotation of psychological capital, this article will refer to the intervention strategies from the perspective of employee and organization according to the concept and characteristics of its four factors of psychological capital, and the intervention strategies include not only the development strategies put forward by Luthans but also the “suppress” strategies, aiming to provide advice and reference for the enterprise employees’ psychological capital intervention.


Psychological capital; Psychological capital intervention; Performance

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