Saturday, January 21, 2006
I'm a behavioral scientist who has practiced mostly as an Organization Development consultant and researcher. I'm also the author of The Washington Post-recommended book, "Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Boss? 13 Types and How to Survive Them," -- a book that's been mentioned in the news around the country and around the world. Why is word spreading? Because readers know a good thing when they see it. Unlike so many others, this book doesn't offer more of the same useless suggestions like, "sit down and have a talk with your boss" -- who couldn't care less about doing the right thing for you, your company or its customers. There's plenty of bad-boss advice on the book's Web site at BigBadBoss.com (http://www.bigbadboss.com/), too.
I hope you find something useful during your visit. If not this time, next time.