Flawed Receives 5-Star Review from Readers’ Favorites


We are pleased to announce that Flawed: Why Perfectionism is a Challenge for Management received a 5-Star review from Reader’s Favorite. Here is the review in full:

Flawed: Why Perfectionism is a Challenge for Management is a work
of non-fiction in the business, leadership, and self-improvement
subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience.
Penned by author Greg Chasson, this challenging and original work
delves into the complexities of perfectionism and its impact on
effective management. As a renowned psychologist and expert in
cognitive-behavioral therapy, Chasson provides insight into the
detrimental effects of perfectionism on organizational productivity.
Tailored for managers and business leaders, the book offers a
practical roadmap for understanding, detecting, and solving five
common ways perfectionism disrupts the workplace. What sets the
work apart is its practical approach to solving the perfectionism
puzzle and fostering a growth-oriented work environment. Chasson
draws on extensive research and practical experience to offer
actionable solutions for leaders committed to effective team
building and mitigating the adverse effects of perfectionism on both
individuals and organizations.

Author Greg Chasson has crafted a skilled and inspiring book where
his expertise is evident on every page, providing a solid foundation
for understanding the detrimental impact of perfectionism on
organizational productivity. What I found particularly valuable was
the practical nature of the book, which offers actionable strategies
and tactics for managers and business leaders to address
perfectionism within their teams. Chasson’s authoritative voice
instilled confidence in the efficacy of the solutions proposed, yet
there’s a gentility and a smoothness to the tone that makes it feel
as though you’re getting advice from a wise mentor-friend rather
than a hierarchical superior. The result is a work that sheds light on
the complexities of perfectionism in the workplace in a positive,
motivating way that makes you want to put the book down and
take action. Overall, Flawed serves as a transformative guide for
leaders seeking to build cohesive teams and drive success in the
face of perfectionism-related challenges, and I would not hesitate to
recommend it.


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