April 20, 2019
Predicting Organizational Citizenship Behavior among School Teachers: The Role of Psychological Capital
Teachers are the important members of the society because they contribute in making lives of their students and to make them better citizens. Teachers are also dealing with work-family conflicts, job demands, changing environment and expectations of students and parents. Therefore, this paper aims to explore a positive variable of humanistic Psychology i.e. Psychological Capital that was first introduced by Fred Luthans and his colleagues (2007) and how it may influence Organizational Citizenship behavior among teachers. The objective of the paper is to find out the correlation between four factors of Psychological Capital and five factors of Organizational Citizenship Behavior among school teachers. The study was conducted on a sample of 400 school teachers. The findings of this present paper revealed positive relationship between four dimensions of psychological capital and five dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior and all four factors of psychological capital significantly predict the organizational citizenship behavior. This paper underlines the significance and consequences of Psychological Capital among teachers and brings attention to the need of conducting more studies for the development of Psychological Capital among teachers in India also.
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How to cite this article:
Lalita & S Singh (2019). Predicting Organizational Citizenship Behavior among School Teachers: The Role of Psychological Capital. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 7(2), 62-71. DIP:18.01.009/20190702, DOI:10.25215/0702.009
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