The High Cost of Perfectionism

What they found was that employees experiencing imposter phenomenon are more likely to have conflict with work and family roles because they are emotionally exhausted, and they tend to be less satisfied with family life because of it.

Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Read SIOP’s press release, The High Cost of Perfectionism, which summarizes recent research by Lisa Sublett (University of Houston-Clear Lake), Lisa Penney (University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee), and Holly Hutchins (University of Houston).

About the Author

Ben Butina, Ph.D.
Dr. Butina, who hosts the Department 12 Podcast, is an industrial-organizational psychologist with interests in training, leadership development, talent management, and positive psychology in the workplace.

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