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High expectations lead to high potential

CategoryManager Tips
Published04.12.15
Updated29.06.20

We know that self-fulfilling prophecies affect children’s grades in the classroom. So imagine the impact on performance if we could translate that ethos into the working world, seeing EVERYONE as a high potential.

If your first and subsequent managers communicated this – in words and deeds – your self-belief and performance levels would rise. That means that first line managers must be the very best in the organisation.

Read about the Pymalion effect in management.

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