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The Asshole Survival Guide

How to Deal with People Who Treat You Like Dirt
Sprecher: Robert I. Sutton
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 58 Min.
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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of The Asshole Survival Guide written and read by Robert I Sutton. Being around assholes, whether at work or elsewhere, can damage performance and affect wellbeing: having one asshole in a team has been shown to reduce performance by 30-40%. And social media has only given rise to further incivility - 40% of people have experienced harassment online. But in The Asshole Survival Guide, Stanford professor Robert Sutton offers practical advice on identifying and tackling any kind of asshole - based on research into groups from uncivil civil servants to French bus drivers, and 8,000 emails that he has received on asshole behaviour.

With expertise and humour, he provides a cogent and methodical game plan to fight back. First, he sets out the asshole audit, to find out what kind of asshole needs dealing with, and asshole detection strategies. Then he reveals field-tested, sometimes surprising techniques, from asshole avoidance and asshole taxes to mind-tricks and the art of love bombing. Finally, he explains the dangers of asshole blindness - when the problem might be yours truly.

©2017 Robert I Sutton (P)2017 Penguin Audiobooks

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It is a selfish approach to dealing with difficult people

It recognizes a though problem (dealing with assholes) and it provides strategies to deal with it, it even draws some empathy by showing that we, the readers, are sometimes assholes too. It fails though to build an strategy based on empathy and collaboration, by instead offering an us vs them point of view that tenda to alienated and fail to deal with people that are often just different from ourselves.