The Interpersonal Effects of Perfectionism in Organizations
Of the key challenges confronting organizational leaders, none is as important and timely as the ability to motivate sustainable high performance in employees. Meta-analytic evidence reveals that current economic and organizational environments contribute to the rise of leader perfectionism - a personality style that refers to the propensity to strive for extremely high standards of performance and to engage in harsh evaluations directed against the self and others (Curran & Hill, 2019, p. 413;...[Show more]
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