Neanderthals at work: how people and politics can drive you crazy-- and what you can do about them

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It began with the bestselling Dinosaur Brain (over 125,000 sold). Now the authors who taught us how to deal with "lizard logic" are back in the corporate corridors again. This time they climb up the corporate evolutionary ladder to more subtle difficulties with other people.

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NEANDERTHALS AT WORK: How People and Politics Can Drive You Crazy...And What You Can Do About Them

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Bernstein and Rozen advance from their popular self-helper, Dinosaur Brains (1989), and the result is an avuncular, honest guide through the workplace. For some, corporate life is an involving ... Read full review

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By the same authors of Dinosaur Brains ( LJ 4/1/89), this work uses the stories of several characters at a fictional company, Neander-Tek, to illustrate the personality types every company has--Rebels ... Read full review

Contents

A Happy Ending to a Business Book?
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Rites of Passage Trials
26
Part
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Albert J. Bernstein, Ph. D., is the author of "Dinosaur Brains," "Neanderthals at Work," and "Sacred Bull," A clinical psychologist, speaker, columnist, and business consultant, Dr. Bernstein is well known for teaching people to confront difficult and frightening situations with wit, wisdom, grace, and liberal doses of humor.

Rozen is a writer and editor. She has taught college English and journalism.

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