Curran and Wallace Endorse Flawed


Flawed: Why Perfectionism is a Challenge for Management has been endorsed by two acclaimed authors and stakeholders of The Mattering Movement: Dr. Thomas Curran (Associate Professor at the London School of Economics and author of The Perfection Trap) and Jennifer Breheny Wallace (journalist and author of Never Enough).

Flawed is one of those precious books that comes along just at the right moment. It’s well-researched, chock-full of illuminating case studies, and offers a treasure trove of clinically-informed strategies to manage both our own perfectionism and the perfectionism of other people. Like spending time with a close friend, by the end of it I was sad to put it down. It’s the only book on perfectionism that business leaders will ever need.

Thomas Curran, Associate Professor of Psychology, London School of Economics; Author, The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough

In Flawed, Greg Chasson tackles toxic achievement culture head-on. He exposes the widespread harm of perfectionism in the workplace and provides practical frameworks and solutions for leaders and managers. Flawed is a must-read for anyone with an interest in workplace health and looking for a healthy way forward. 

Jennifer Breheny Wallace, New York Times Best-Selling Author, Never Enough: When Achievement Culture Becomes Toxic-and What We Can Do About It 

Flawed will be available April 16, 2024. The paperback will be available wherever print books are sold. The e-book will be available through Amazon Kindle and the Kindle Unlimited program for subscribers. The audiobook will be widely available in late spring or early summer 2024.

You can get a Free Sneak Peek of the First Two Chapters.

Flawed is being published through Amazon, and they don’t allow pre-orders of print books. If you join his mailing list at www.gregchasson.com/mailing, he will send a gentle reminder on the launch date. He won’t flood your inbox.

Is a perfectionist good or bad for your team?

Step into a world where perfectionism isn’t a virtue but can be a disruption to management in Greg Chasson’s compelling book, Flawed: Why Perfectionism is a Challenge for Management, a powerful addition to the realm of leadership books.

As a renowned psychologist and expert in cognitive-behavioral therapy, Chasson unravels the complexities of perfectionism, making this book an essential read for those seeking self-growth, effective leadership, and successful team building.

In Flawed, Chasson dissects the double-edged nature of perfectionism and its detrimental effects on organizational productivity.

Tailored for managers and business leaders striving for effective team building, the book provides a roadmap for understanding, detecting, and solving five common ways perfectionism disrupts the workplace.

What sets Flawed apart is its practical approach to solving the perfectionism puzzle and fostering a growth-oriented work environment. Chasson offers a range of anti-perfectionism strategies and tactics, empowering leaders to build cohesive teams and drive success.

Trust in Chasson’s authority is well-founded. As an Associate Professor and Director of Behavioral Interventions at the University of Chicago’s Obsessive-Compulsive & Related Disorders Clinic, he draws on extensive research and practical experience.

Flawed is not just a book; it’s a transformative guide for leaders committed to effective team building and mitigating the adverse effects of perfectionism on both individuals and organizations.

Don’t let perfectionism hinder your team’s success—discover actionable solutions within the pages of Flawed.


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