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Employers are invited to list
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||Do certain people have
you gritting your teeth, biting your tongue, and
(metaphorically, at least) banging your head against the wall?
Do you feel like you're expending too much energy either
engaging in conflict or desperately trying to avoid it?
There really are better, easier
ways to deal with difficult people--and this refreshing,
realistic guide will show it to you.
* Why dealing with a
difficult person doesn't have to ruin your day
* The habits that cause continued conflict--and the techniques that
can turn things around
* How developing an "attitude of gratitude" can smooth the
* Specific approaches for specific personality types--the snake, the
donkey, the hyena, and more.
|Bing, who writes
Esquire magazine's "Executive Summary" column,
analyzes a slice of corporate culture gone mad--the
interpersonal dynamics of working with a crazy boss.
He first describes the
process of a typical initiate entering the corporate world
with a general set of perceptions which may be out of sync
with the underlying mechanisms that govern the behavior of
Bing describes the various
kinds of crazy bosses: the boss with the five brains, the
bully, the paranoid boss, the narcissist, the "bureaucrazy,"
and the disaster hunter.
I the only
SANE ONE working
unmanageable managers, and cranky clients have got you pulling
your hair out and gnawing your nails down to nubs. From
teammates who drop the ball on deadlines to corporate bullies
who try to run your show, your work environment can be lethal to
your health and your career.
- Coworkers who don't like
you? Feed them!
- Hidden agendas? Unleash the
power of “cc:” mail!
- Unpleasant supervisors? Tell
them only what they want to hear!
- Office gossip? Dish out
positive gossip about other people!
- Lying coworkers? Buy into
their lies and watch what happens!
- And ninety-five more!
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