I Hate My Boss: How to Survive and Get Ahead when Your Boss is a Tyrant, Control Freak, Or Just Plain Nuts

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
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Whether you work for a tyrant, a control freak, or a bona fide psychotic, this book gives you permission to hate your boss and still manage to be productive. Upbeat and offbeat, this cure for the common-dictator explains why we hate bosses, why the "perfect boss" is a pipe dream, how suffering under a bad boss can improve your work, why it's advantageous to be a smart follower, and how to get along--even emphatize--with even the most power-crazed ruler.

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User Review  - RajivC - LibraryThing

I had a blast when reading this book. I also love the quotes, and the strategies that he proposed. I only wish that I had read the book years ago. Maybe I would have been nicer to some of the idiots I have worked for! Great way to go Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER ONE GRIN AND BEAR
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A Relationship Built on Resentment
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Who Ever Said Bosses Know What Theyre Doing? J
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