Getting Real at Work:

The Benefits of Being Authentic at Work

by Vanessa Buote, PhD Psychology

Previous research has shown that people who live an authentic life tend to report greater well-being, including greater satisfaction with life, self-esteem, happiness and self-acceptance. Along a similar vein, it is likely that being authentic in the workplace can support workplace well-being and flourishing.

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