Dr. Robert Sutton spent years studying a phenomenon that almost everyone has experienced and/or participated in, while on the job: that breed of coworker specifically tasked with making work more difficult for everyone around them. Here he shows listeners effective ways to identify and combat these bullies, creeps, and despots while making a place of business more conducive for actual work.
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by Robert I. Sutton
by Robert Shutt
by Robert B. Reich
by Robert Mnookin
by Robert Glover
by Robert Kuttner
by Robert Shepherd
by Robert Dallek
by Robert Scheinfeld
by Robert Lacey
"Did the HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW really print an article that used the word "asshole" eight times? Apparently so, and from it evolved this audiobook, a handy guide to the domineering bullies found in the workplace, on the sports field, and in government. Turns out that these "kiss up, kick down" individuals don't just ruin our day, they also cost business and government a great deal of time and money. Is there hope? Sutton seems to think so and offers systems, case studies, and ideas for weeding out these unpleasant individuals. The author reads this abridgment in a friendly, informative style, making it one of the stronger business titles this season. R.W.S. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"