The Pygmalian Effect: Expect More, Get More


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    Lori Reply

    Setting high but achievable expectations is, no doubt, important. I do not believe, though that it is sufficient to engage employee motivation.

    In the article at the link below, Judith Glaser, CEO Creating We Institute, outlines the importance of connecting expectations with employee aspirations, to enlist real employee engagement and motivation

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    Gary B Cohen Reply

    This is really interesting. Have you looked at Bandura’s Expectancy Theory?

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