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  • Author:
    Jay Carter
  • ISBN:
    0071432477
  • ISBN13:
    978-0071432474
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  • Publisher:
    McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (July 28, 2004)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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Nasty People: How to Stop Being Hurt by Them without Stooping to Their Level. In this sanity-saving guide, Dr. Jay Carter, the bestselling expert on nasty behavior, sets his sights on problem bosses.

Nasty People: How to Stop Being Hurt by Them without Stooping to Their Level. He provides no-nonsense insights into bad-tempered behavior, offering proven techniques for handling snide superiors. Combining humor with the know-how of a trained psychologist and former corporate manager, Dr. Carter offers strategies for: Navigating around the Carrot Dangler-the boss who motivates with promises but never delivers.

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is a psychologist and former corporate manager specializing in anger management and corporate issues. The author of Nasty People, Nasty Men, and Nasty Women, he has appeared on more than one hundred television and radio shows. Библиографические данные. Nasty Bosses: How to Deal with Them Without Stooping to Their Level.

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Nasty Bosses : How to Deal with Them without Stooping to Their Level Description: The bestselling expert on nasty behavior sets hissights on bad bosses. Dealing with "The Chucky Boss"-when this boss is through using you, you get. chucked in the "wasted" bin. Contending with "The Noper"-the leader who rejects your ideas only to later. implement them as his own. Download Nasty Bosses : How to Deal with Them without Stooping to Their Level Full.

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The bestselling expert on>nasty behavior sets hissights on bad bosses

In the straightforward and popular style of Dr. Carter's previous three books (Nasty People, Nasty Men, and Nasty Women), Nasty Bosses provides no-nonsense insights into bad-tempered behavior, offering proven techniques for handling every harmful moment inflicted by snide superiors. > Combining humor with the know-how of a trained psychologist, Dr. Carter offers strategies for:

Navigating around the "The Carrot Dangler"--the boss who motivates with the promise of a promotion but never delivers Discerning the deceptive "Two Face"--the supervisor who tells everyone a different story to try to please them all Coping with "The Crusader"--the chief who demands fanatical hard work and dedication from employees but "guilts" them, "misers" them, and demeans them Dealing with "The Chucky Boss"--when this boss is through using you, you get chucked in the "wasted" bin Contending with "The Noper"--the leader who rejects your ideas only to later implement them as his own

kinder
Working for a nasty boss, this book helped make my job a bit easier. It gave great insight as to why someone behaves like they do as a boss - even though they are an adult - and how to cope.... Very good reference.
Gavinranadar
I would suggest that this book might be a good place for anyone in management to begin if he or she senses that there is some undercurrents in the work pool. It is readable and seems to understand how the employee under a supervisor feels. If your employee reads it, you should know of the strategies suggested for dealing with the boss (you). It was helpful. It is a quick read.
Drelahuginn
This book blew me away! It is subtle. This is a sleeper. I was going through the book again and BANG! It propelled me right into my prefrontal lobe! I got it! What a brilliant book! This book is more than just words. I don't know how the author did it, but I am so grateful. If you don't get it, it's an OK book. If you get it, it snaps you into a different state of mind. I hope you get it.

Jim Ackerman
Chinon
Great book. Has helped to empower me and my coworkers. I passed the book around at work and they really liked it. Now we understand what we can do to combat the situation.
Mysterious Wrench
author talks about nasty bosses and how might confront them but then goes on talking about life, etc.... Last two chapters are just a waste of time - he may have just copied and paste them from any other book he was writing...