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Is your team looking to retain and engage your highest-performers?

Updated: Oct 4, 2022

If so, I’ve got some results worth considering. As we’ve launched Beyond Perfect in the workplace, 100% of participants have reported making some or meaningful progress in the following professional areas of focus:

  • Increased job satisfaction and sustainability

  • Improved performance

  • Enhanced feelings of belonging

  • Increased management efficacy

  • Enhanced creativity

  • Improved communication

Your company is likely fortunate to have team members who are hard working, ambitious, smart, meticulous and results-oriented. While these are exactly the qualities needed for organizational success, taken too far, they can also lead your highest performers to fall into the patterns of perfectionism that lead to burnout and attrition, that limit innovation, and that threaten team culture and morale.

In partnership with your organization, Beyond Perfect can support your team to go beyond these patterns of perfectionism, helping you retain and support your highest-performing team members. Reach out today to learn more about how we can work together or visit

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