As younger generations enter the work force, so does the rise of perfectionism among these workers. An extensive APA study documents an incredible 35% increase of socially-prescribed stress over the last twenty years. Socially-prescribed stress is defined as “perceiving excessive and unfair demands of perfection from parents, peers and the social world.” Too much perfectionism in the workplace can lead to negative results including anxiety, stress, avoidance of feedback, and even burnout. What are some practices that managers can implement to alleviate perfectionism and advocate a healthier workplace?
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