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Five ways to avoid workplace dysfunction

John Kirby

Rudeness and bullying are rife. To build a better workplace, you must understand what drives bad behaviour and develop strategies to avoid it. Start by taking a long look in the mirror…

There are a lot of jerks in the workplace. Over the last decade thousands of people have asked Stanford professor Bob Sutton for advice about dealing with bullying bosses, clients and colleagues. Writing for McKinsey Quarterly, he offers five ways to avoid a dysfunctional workplace – and suggests you start by taking a long look in the mirror.

WHY IS BAD BEHAVIOUR SO WIDESPREAD?

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Credits:
Source Article: Memo To The CEO: Are You The Source Of Workplace Dysfunction?
Author(s): Robert I Sutton
Publisher: McKinsey Quarterly