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August 9, 2022
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Being yourself at work has its downsides for many people

Being yourself at work has a lot of positive effects. Research supports the hypothesis that authenticity can lead to psychological benefits, including boosting self-esteem, and making people feel happier and more energised at work. But according to new research from academics at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) authenticity can also be a recipe for disaster. The study ‘Being your true self at work’ reviews the extant empirical work across 10 different authenticity constructs. and has been published in the Academy of Management Annals. According to Associate Professor Hannes Leroy, “Whether you have your first day at school, a…
Being yourself at work has its downsides for many people

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