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“Toxic Coworkers”: The Best Business Book You Never Read (Yet)

26 Apr

What are our readers saying about

Toxic Coworkers: How to Deal with Dysfunctional People on the Job

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“TOXIC COWORKERS – A MUST-HAVE IF YOU WORK”

“Love it.”

“Best Management Book Ever!!”

“Well worth buying!”

“Excellent Overview of Problem Personalities”

“Book’s usefulness extends beyond the authors’ intent!”

A must read for management.

 “Excellent “Handbook” for navigating toxic personalities”

“. . .must have if you have annoying workers!”

“There are five books that everyone should own: The Bible, the dictionary, anything by Mark Twain or Dickens, Cat in the Hat, and TOXIC COWORKERS.”

“I’ve been dealing with a toxic coworker for four years and wish I’d found this book from the beginning. That toxic worker is now my subordinate, and this book has helped me form a plan to either deal with this person or remove them from my department”

“I knew my co-manager was “crazy” and now thanks to “Toxic Coworkers” I also know how to make the best of the situation. This book is well-organized and packed with useful information and advice.”

Click here for more reviews from Amazon.com

This international best seller, now in 6 languages has become a business “cult classic”.

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2 responses to ““Toxic Coworkers”: The Best Business Book You Never Read (Yet)

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    August 13, 2013 at 12:04 am

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  2. Shauna McGee Kinney

    September 25, 2013 at 3:57 am

    How do you identify a toxic workplace before you have worked there?

    Often, it’s only after the honeymoon of new employment has worn off that you see the toxicity. How many of us have been in a bad workplace? What did you do right once you discovered the dysfunction?

    http://everydaylife.globalpost.com/identifying-toxic-workplace-4939.html

    I am a writer who got sucked into an open-ended contract with an ad agency. It was one of the most disheartening experiences – the disenchanted and disabled employees. The gossip – the lies — I left, but often wonder …

     

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