The Pygmalion effect essentially posits that the greater the expectations placed on a person, the better he or she performs. Presented here is an exploration of how the Pygmalion effect translates to the world of business and law firms.
Are Lawyers Subject to the Pygmalion Effect?
New Jersey Law Journal
March 7, 2013
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