Find myself flipping through when I need a break, and I will definitely keep it on my desk as a reminder.
You have to do this work ahead of time so you can understand the baggage your boss is carrying around that contributes to their destructive behavior.
If you are an idiot this book may mean something but if you have any common sense at all you will get nothing from it.
Bought this along with My Way or the Highway. They were both very helpful. I decided to get on the highway and take a different exit...Published 6 months ago by Karen E. King
This was one of the most insightful, funniest, and most shockly accurate "self help" professional books I've ever helped myself to- and I felt like I could have written it! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gail A. Walters
This is a very insightful book. When dealing with difficult people, it can make one feel crazy. Reading this book lets a person know they are simply not alone. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nancy
Does anyone know about this book in relation to this one, by Elizabeth Lions?
Quit Working For You Isnt
The subject matter is slightly different, but it just... Read more
Described my ex boss perfectly. We passed this around the office and everyone in the department laughed like crazy. But overall this gives great insight.Published 21 months ago by Geri
This book helped my wife quite a bit during a difficult time at work. She seldom talks about a book she's reading.Published 23 months ago by Mikal C. Johnson
I love the work that I do and my boss is a fun person off the job but he has no freaking clue how to manage people. I also hate the company I work for. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Goforths
Every office manager needs this as a guide to working with people and how to sympathise with their problems and relate to the solutions,very useful guide.Published on January 21, 2013 by Dwight22
HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! Anyone who enters the workplace should read this book! I only wish I had read this book along time ago to help with the misery of dealing with a difficult... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Pamela M. Roberts