Proceedings of The International Conference on Research in Human Resource Management
A Review of Positive Organizational Behavior:The Moderating Role of Three Contextual Factors
Asmaa Elsayed Belal
The concept and practice of positive organizational behavior (POB) enable a good life for individuals and organizations, and enable employees to be at their best at work. This review article examines selected representative positive state-like psychological resource capacities (efficacy,hope, optimism, resiliency, and psychological capital), and proposes a model of the contextual factors moderating the relationship between these positive capacities and individual outcomes including job satisfaction, performance, citizenship behavior and commitment. The review concludes with directions for future research.
Keywords: POB, state-like psychological resource capacities; efficacy; hope; job satisfaction.