Effectiveness Of Innovative Work Behavior Development Program For Talents Based On Positive Psychological Capital Concept

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Jaruwan Yodrakang
Saran Pimthong
Thasuk Junprasert

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The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of innovative work behavior development program for talent based on positive psychological capital concept. Participants of this study were 22 talents from the state enterprises who were selected by criterion-based selection method. The instrument used in this study include 1) the innovative work behavior development program for talent based on positive psychological capital concept 2) positive psychological capital assessment (α = .98) and 3) innovative work behavior assessment (α = .98). Collected data was analyzed by the Wilcoxon signed ranks test. The results show that talents who participated the development program had higher positive psychological capital and innovative work behavior level with a statistically significant difference at .01.  In conclusion, the innovative work behavior development program for talent based on positive psychological capital concept may help to improve positive psychological capital and innovative work behavior in talents. Additionally, the results were discussed with the participant’s reflection to confirm the effectiveness of this program. Results are beneficial for HRD Department applied as a talent development program to enhance positive psychological capital and innovative work behavior.

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Yodrakang, J., Pimthong , S., & Junprasert , T. (2021). Effectiveness Of Innovative Work Behavior Development Program For Talents Based On Positive Psychological Capital Concept . Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 13(2), -. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JBSD/article/view/247832
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