Bob Sutton: “Why I Wrote It and How to Help”

At LinkedIn, Bob Sutton has published a new piece on his forthcoming book, The Asshole Survival Guide: How to Deal With People Who Treat You Like Dirt. Dear friends, colleagues, random people on LinkedIn, and anyone who has told me your crazy, terrible, and funny stories and offered advice about workplace jerks: My new book… Read more »

Listen to Bob Sutton’s new FRICTION podcast

Bob Sutton recently started a new podcast called FRICITION. Listen to the most recent episode–”The Virtues of Hierarchy, Structure, and Temporary Teams (with Melissa Valentine)”–above, and catch up on all episodes here.

Publisher’s Weekly review of the new Bob Sutton book

Bob Sutton’s latest is The Asshole Survival Guide: How to Deal with People Who Treat You like Dirt In this most-welcome sequel to Sutton’s bestselling The No Asshole Rule, the author turns from an organization-wide perspective to an individual one, outlining strategies for dealing with difficult people at work. Readers will shake their heads—both in… Read more »

Subscribe to Bob Sutton’s newsletter

Bob Sutton just launched a brand new newsletter in connection with the launch of his refreshed website. Welcome to my first newsletter. I will send one out every month to anyone who subscribes on my new All Things Bob Sutton website. And past issues will be archived on the site. The new site provides one-stop-shopping… Read more »

Bob Sutton provides a tip for “Managing Millennials”

In an article at INC., Bob Sutton provides one of “6 Tips for Managing Millennials.” Performance appraisals are old school and impersonal. They tend to draw comparisons to other employees, and Millennials don’t want to be graded on a curve. They want direct, personal feedback on their projects in real time, not just blanket feedback… Read more »

Congratulations to Bob Sutton! Named a Top 10 Most Influential Leaders by AMA

Bob garnered the #10 spot in the American Management Association’s List of the 30 Most Influential Leaders. Thirty individuals have been identified as the top leaders who influenced business in 2014, according to a poll conducted by American Management Association (AMA). Heading the list of management thought leaders are authors John Maxwell, Malcolm Gladwell, and… Read more »