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Why it’s OK not to be perfect at work

6 mins | Aug 8, 2022
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A backlash against the tyranny of high expectations. Perfectionism is rising but is increasingly out of step with the workplace. The Economist reveals that the trait is associated with a string of mental health disorders, from depression and burnout to stress and self-harm and urgently needs to be with more realistic expectations.
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