Psychological Capital: Gender Differences and its Relationship with Job Involvement
Keywords: Psychological capital, Job involvement, Leadership
AbstractThis preliminary study explored the relationship between positive psychological capital and job involvement among 100 male and 32 female officers of armed forces. It was hypothesised that officers with higher levels of PsyCap would also exhibit higher job involvement. The study also aimed to investigate whether gender differences in psycap had any influence on job involvement. Psychological capital questionnaire and job involvement scale were administered on the sample. Data was analysed using descriptive and inferential (Pearson correlation and regression analysis) statistics. It is found there is no evidence in support of gender difference in psycap. Psycap has a role in maintaining the job involvement among male officers. Implications of the findings and suggestions for developing positive behaviours which will be of great value to meet future leadership challenges in light of complex and volatile military situations.
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Rani, K., & Chaturvedula, S. (2018). Psychological Capital: Gender Differences and its Relationship with Job Involvement. Defence Life Science Journal, 3(4), 383-387. https://doi.org/10.14429/dlsj.3.13675
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