The No Asshole Rule

The No Asshole Rule

Building A Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't

eBook - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
A business handbook on preventing and curing a negative work environment explains how to restore civility to the workplace by weeding out problem employees in order to increase profit and productivity.

Hachette Book Group
The No Asshole Rule is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Business Week bestseller. It won a Quill Award for the top business book of 2007, and was recently chosen as one of audible.com's top picks as well.

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& Taylor

A hard-hitting business handbook is designed to help managers prevent and cure a negative work environment, explaining how to restore civility to the workplace by weeding out problem employees in order to increase profit and productivity and presenting a series of helpful strategies, practical suggestions, and real-life case studies.

Publisher: New York : Warner Business Books, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 0759517983 (electronic bk. : Adobe Reader)
9780759517981 (electronic bk. : Adobe Reader)
Branch Call Number: eBOOK 302.35 SUT
Characteristics: 210 p. : ill. ; 22 cm

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mammothhawk229e
Jun 02, 2017

I wish the US voters read this timely book before they voted.
Huge financial & mental cost for people in the workplace on the literal bad apple. Good talent move out & company suffered.
Even got a chapter on Steve Jobs.
Nice test for readers on how bad they could be.
Poor author on his nickname in afterwords.
Laughed on meek airport checkout person who diverted domestic flight a-hole passenger's luggage to another country.
Now I wondered on White House staff health given toxic work environment.

mgasparotto Feb 26, 2013

It would be great if this title were available as an ebook!

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Cecilturtle
Aug 11, 2012

There are many factors that contribute to a negative workplace but none is more obvious than abusive and selfish bosses, colleagues and clients. There are several themes that appealed to me in this book: negativity is poisonous and will infect even the most pleasant people; bosses aren't the only ones responsible for abusive behaviour (working in a client-focused area, I can confirm that clients are often the worst offenders); we are all guilty at some time or other of improper conduct (I know I am), the trick is to recognize it and work on it.
Sutton develops these themes in a simple accessible style with many examples, some of them famous others more anecdotal, and he gives a few simple suggestions on how to avoid or diffuse unpleasant people and circumstances.
I recommend this book most, however, for its self-test: knowing yourself is the best way to prevent harassment and abusive behaviour in the workplace (or at home for that matter) and developing techniques to control anger, sarcasm and aggression. Then, you can build your courage to call others on their asshole behaviour...

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whidavi
Jul 29, 2010

I think everyone should read this book, and then look closely in the mirror.

Anitka Mar 27, 2008

Great advices how to deal with all kinds of difficult people. Recommended.

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