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Concise and to the point. The author is obviously writing from in-depth experience.Published 2 months ago by John Wayne Cooper
I really enjoyed this book! Simple read, but drives a point home and gives specific examples of dysfunctional behaviors within organizations.Published 2 months ago by Tpreciado
A fun concept, but felt redundant after #10. At least 90 of them were painfully common sense. A nice book to have around, but I wish I hadn't spent more than $3 on it.Published 5 months ago by Jared
A friend got me this book after many a late-night chats about management frustrations! This book was a great, humorous read. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A.M.
I love this little book! Each page has a humorously described example of how NOT to treat people, and a better alternative for each scenario. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cathy Manovi
An easy and right to the point read. Great to help improve the work place vibe and also guide a manager(s) into a more positive style with employees.Published 10 months ago by Ellen Segale
It was a great book. I'm not a manager but I got an idea how to talk to mine better. I just wish more managers would read it. It's an easy book to read.Published 10 months ago by Kristin Anderson
Many of the scenarios identified by Barbara occur in my office environment. This book serves as a reminder to us all; we need to constantly strive for improved communication with... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nancy C. McDonnell
This is not a book to read - but rather to reference . . . often!
101 reminders of how important it is to be respectful and considerate of those we work with. Read more