The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't by Robert I. Sutton. .. “two tests that I use for spotting whether a person is acting like an asshole: Test One: After talking to the alleged asshole, does the “target” feel oppressed, humiliated.
Bob Sutton, a professor of at Stanford Business School, makes a well-reasoned argument that assholes are generally bad for the people that.
Life is too short to work with assholes. So do yourself a favor, and have a zero tolerance policy for all the assholes in life.
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In The No Asshole Rule, Robert I. Sutton explains how fostering an asshole in the workplace is infinitely toxic for your team and your business.
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