Working With Monsters: How to Identify and Protect Yourself from the Workplace Psychopath: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition
Does the following person sound familiar? .He/she works inside many of Australia's businesses and corporations.He/she intimidates fellow workers.He/she exhibits impulsive behaviour..He/she demonstrates a lack of remorse.He/she is glib and superficially charming.Who is he/she? Workplace psychopaths exist in a variety of workplaces. They are individuals who manipulate their way through life and leave an indelible mark on both their victims and society. They are destructive men and women - cunning, self-centered, ruthless and terrifying. They make working life a living hell for many of us. What motivates these individuals? How can you protect yourself from these monsters' who hide behind a veneer of respectability? Working With Monsters provides a fascinating insight into the mind of the workplace psychopath. Drawing on his studies and research in forensic psychology, and experience in criminal profiling for law enforcement agencies as well as corporations experiencing difficulties with an employee, Dr John Clarke shows you how to recognise and manage a workplace psychopath within your midst. Don't be a victim - be wise to their tricks!
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