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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.
Yes, its true. Scary but true insight into those we think are "go getters."Published 16 days ago by MC
Interesting, but sometimes the author spins around the same topic in 3-4 different ways just to explain the same concept. REading therefore becomes sometimes tedious.Published 26 days ago by Antoine Devinat
This book helped me understand some of my corporate colleagues and to avoid their traps.
If you live/work in the corporate world, this book can be very helpful. Read more
Shocking but clearly showing that uncontrolled manager may destroy people and organizations. This book should be main at MBA schools and similar.Published 1 month ago by Aga
A revelation has been made about a type of character in our midst. All of us at some stage in our lives portray a characteristic common with a psychopath but I guess the difference... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harmony
Robert Hare, creator of the "Psychopath Checklist" goes back to work, tackling the fraught issue of conscience-less individuals in the workplace. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Geneva Lewis