“The ‘Pygmalion effect,’ also sometimes known as the ‘Rosenthal effect’ for the psychologist credited with discovering it, is a theory teaching that people will act or behave in the way that others expect them to”. It is very similar to the concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy and as such the Pygmalion effect can have both … More The Pygmalion Effect
Different people react differently to leadership tactics and strategies, while similar people will likely react similarly. It is the leaders job to correctly identify the type of person which whom they are dealing and adopt the appropriate leadership strategy for that specific type of person, time period, culture, and environment. There are seven levels at … More Addressing Similarities & Differences
During my research I have found that there are many different strategic models when it comes to promoting growth, sustainability, and competitive advantage in the business world today. These models have been vetted and implemented in organizations around the world to much success. In our ever changing world progress is the driving force and innovation … More Revolutionary Strategy
Learning is an essential part of life. My father used to tell me when I was young, “Every man dies three times, the first death is when he stops learning, the second is when his body fails and he passes away, and the third and final death is when he is no longer remembered. The … More Are Leaders Born or Made?