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Monday, December 14, 2009

Leadership

An employee does as well as his boss thinks he can.

This can be effectively illustrated using "The Pygmalion Effect" concept.

This idea is also known as “the self-fulfilling prophecy”. When you believe that another person will perform well, in some strange, magical way he does. And similarly, when you believe he won’t perform well, he won’t.

There is enough experimental data to suggest that the self-fulfilling prophecy is in fact true.

Let's take a look at this fascinating subject and see how it applies in the workplace...

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