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Best books about Corporate Culture

The No Asshole Rule

"The No Asshole Rule" by Robert I. Sutton 

The book is a compelling read for anyone who has ever felt undermined or victimized by a difficult colleague or manager. This book not only acknowledges the pain and frustration such individuals can cause but also provides practical strategies for dealing with them effectively.

Why "The No Asshole Rule" worth it

  • Practical Strategies: Beyond identifying the types of negative influences in the workplace, Sutton offers actionable advice on how to deal with them. From pinpointing and eliminating these influences to strategies for ensuring they don't affect your well-being and productivity, the book is filled with practical tips that can be applied in any workplace setting.
  • Expert Guidance: Written by Stanford University professor Robert I. Sutton, the book is grounded in extensive research and offers insights from a leading expert in organizational behavior. Sutton's expertise provides readers with credible and effective strategies for navigating toxic work environments.
  • Self-Improvement Tools: The book doesn't just focus on dealing with difficult people; it also prompts readers to reflect on their own behavior. With a self-diagnostic test and a program designed to help you identify and curb your own "inner jerk," Sutton encourages self-awareness and personal growth.

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