The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't
Publish date: February 1st 2007
Publisher: Business Plus
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Self Help
, Personal Development
With my interest in behavioral economics piqued, I found this book by searching "behavioral economics" in my library's e-collection and narrowing the results to available mp3 audiobooks. This yielded a fairly short list, and this one interested me more than the others. Nothing too surprising in t...
In this book, Sutton 1) defines workplace assholes, 2) describes the damage they can do to their workplaces and to themselves, 3) outlines how workplaces can try to implement a “no asshole” rule, 4) describes how you can keep from being an asshole, 5) provides tips for dealing with workplace asshole...
I picked this up in search for advice on how to deal with assholes in my professional life. Unfortunately, the only real solution is NOT to deal with assholes in your professional life, and this book convinced me of that fact. The No Asshole Rule empowered me by providing criterea with which to ev...
I read about this book online and got it out of desperation because I work for an asshole and my job is full of rude, mean people. I find myself starting to have a shorter fuse, starting to be meaner. In short, it feels terrible there and I feel terrible.I thought this book might help me manage myse...
I borrowed this one from the UHD library. It was a book that presented some common sense and left me with some questions as well. The bottom line is: assholes are not to be tolerated. Period. I made a note about the book in my personal blog: [http://itinerantlibrarian.blogspot.com/2007/06/booknote-n...
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