How the asshole works

Robert Sutton, Ph. His book The No Asshole Rule will help you verify that you work with an asshole, realize how assholes are destroying your company, and understand what you can do to handle them and save your sanity. What is an asshole? People use the term frequently for anyone that bothers them, but for Sutton assholes are people that use their position to create a toxic environment for you and other workers. In particular, do you feel worse about yourself?
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Why Being an Asshole Can Be a Valuable Life Skill

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How to manage assholes

Although there is no easy way to mitigate the toll on morale and productivity that assholes often make, it can be helpful to be philosophical about the predicament they present. Asshole management should begin with an understanding of what exactly assholes are. If we become clearer about why we find them so disturbing, we are more likely to find a way to deal with them. How, then, is the 'proper asshole' who isn't a borderline case different from the mere ass, jerk, twit or prat?
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How to manage assholes

My father always told me to avoid assholes at all costs, no matter how rich or powerful they might be, because I would catch their nastiness and impose it on others. I worked in an academic department at Stanford where we openly talked about the no asshole rule and used it in hiring decisions. I had published other articles in HBR , longer and more well-researched ones, but nothing had provoked such a strong response. The first example was the most common, and it reflected the pain that people feel when they are treated terribly, whether they are models, engineers, or CEOs who feel abused by their boards.
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Sutton , based on a popular essay he wrote for the Harvard Business Review. It sold over , copies and won the Quill Award for best business book in The theme of this book is that bullying behaviour in the workplace worsens morale and productivity. A rule is suggested to screen out the toxic staff—the no asshole rule.
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