The "No Asshole Rule" from Stanford
It's so interesting that they call baby-boomers the "me generation", they seem to be the "clueless generation". Weird Ideas That Work: It was only after following more links that I discovered Pos Psych. Turning Conventional Management Upside Down. The tenets of mindfulness can work in just about any small business. The President of my Division rules by intimidation to cover his poor management skills, performance and theft of company funds.
12 Things Good Bosses Believe is Most Read at Harvard Business Review - Bob Sutton
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The study and practice of mindfulness improves the ability to observe and gather data from the environment. The President of my Division rules by intimidation to cover his poor management skills, performance and theft of company funds. In my experience, though, academic recruitment does look at collegiality, and senior management can take steps to transfer or push out those they don't want. Sometimes fighting back is not successful, and can be high risk. Volunteering is all about a resume entry or an ego booster and the company keeps promoting them, because the capable are bailing out