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I could not drop the book, it's interesting and very well written.
The tendency is to read a book like Snakes In Suits AFTER you've had a close encounter of the psychopathic kind - sort of in the spirit of a post-mortem.
Learning how to cope, and deal with their actions will aide you greatly in surviving your encounter with this type of person.
Robert Hare, creator of the "Psychopath Checklist" goes back to work, tackling the fraught issue of conscience-less individuals in the workplace. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Geneva Lewis
This is an eye opening book. It gives examples of how cunning these people are. We really need to be aware of them.Published 1 month ago by Mary G.
Interesting, but repetitive and more opinions than empirically supported data.Published 1 month ago by Marilyn W.
Enjoyed the book!! Very fun to read and was difficult to put down! Opens your mind up to certain behaviors.Published 1 month ago by whitney wolfe
Very useful as a handbook for HR practitioners and managers, iro recruiting and selecting, and managing, the psychopaths in the workplace. Read morePublished 1 month ago by adrienne molyneux
Perfect over-view of my ex-husband the attorney! Every woman should read this book not just corporate heads.Published 1 month ago by Linda Lund