MODAL PSIKOLOGIS KREATIF CREATIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL (CrePsyCap)

Yusmedi Nurfaizal

Abstract


Kreativitas penting untuk kesehatan organisasi dalam ekonomi saat ini, karena dengan mendorong perilaku keratif dan inovatif, bisa mendapatkan dan mempertahankan keunggulan kompetitif. Pelaku UMKM dalam hal ini adalah pemilik atau leader perlu memiliki daya pikir yang kreatif.  Hal ini karena kreativitas dianggap menjadi aset penting bagi setiap orang yang berada dalam peran kepemimpinan. Peningkatan pemahaman personal, tentang anteseden psikologis pada kreativitas dapat menginformasikan upaya untuk menciptakan dan menumbuhkan perilaku kreatif dalam organisasi. Secara khusus, penelitian yang akan dilakukan ini mengembangkan intervensi modal psikologis pada kreatif, sehingga konstruk baru yang diusulkan dalam penelitian ini adalah modal psikologi kreatif (creative psychological capital). Selain itu untuk menjelaskan perbedaan hasil penelitian perilaku kreatif, dapat dilakukan dengan mengembangkan konsep mediasi untuk mengisi gap yang ada. Model penelitian ini adalah bagaima modal psikologis kreatif dapat memediasi dukungan keluarga dan teman terhadap perilaku kreatif. Sasaran penelitian ini adalah pelaku UMKM kreatif di Masbarlingcakep (Banyumas, Banjarnegara, Purbalingga, dan Cilacap). Alat analisis yang digunakan adalah Structural Equation Modeling.

                                                 

Kata Kunci :  Perilaku Kreatif, Modal Psikologis Kreatif, Dukungan Keluarga, Dukungan, Teman, UMKM


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