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The 10 People Who Suck - A Positive Prescription for Improving Communication in the Workplace by Ryan Powers and Michael Wissot

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Do you suck? Surely, you know someone who does. We see them every day through characters in popular culture from movies like Office Space to comic strips like Dilbert to TV shows like Seinfeld. We identify with these storylines because we have interacted with similar people firsthand, especially in the workplace. While it s often relieving to laugh at those who make our jobs a living hell, we all need realistic solutions to co-exist with them. The 10 People Who Suck presents a lighthearted evaluation of the most problematic personalities at work, and it provides specific techniques to resolve conflict with these office misfits. The messages resonate with the entry-level employee adapting to new surroundings, the manager looking to revitalize a static career, or the executive trying to increase productivity throughout the organization. The 10 People Who Suck reveals how to improve communication and performance for the benefit every team member.


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