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SHOW INTRODUCTION: If you’ve ever struggled with people who treat you like dirt, then do we have The Asshole Survival Guide for You. Today I’ll be talking with Dr Robert Sutton, Stanford University Professor and organizational psychologist and the New York Times best-selling author of The No Asshole Rule, and Good Boss, Bad Boss, and his latest, The Asshole Survival Guide. And that’s just what I want to talk with him about today, about how to deal with people who treat you like dirt. MORE ON ROBERT SUTTON, PhD: http://www.BobSutton.net Sutton studies organizational change, leadership, innovation, and workplace dynamics. He has published over 150 articles and chapters in peer-reviewed journals, management outlets such as Harvard Business Review and the McKinsey Quarterly, and news outlets including The New York Times, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal. His books include Weird Ideas That Work, The Knowing-Doing Gap (with Jeffrey Pfeffer), and Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense (with Jeffrey Pfeffer), which the The Globe and Mail selected as the best business book of 2006. The No Asshole Rule and Good Boss, Bad Boss are New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers. His latest book, Scaling-Up Excellence (with Huggy Rao) is a Wall Street Journal bestseller and was selected as one of the best business books of the year by Amazon, the Financial Times, Inc., The Globe and Mail, and Library Journal. His next book is The Asshole Survival Guide: How to Deal With People Who Treat You Like Dirt and will be published in September 2017. Sutton’s current project, with Huggy Rao, focuses on the causes of and cures for destructive organizational friction—and on when and why friction is a good thing. Professor Sutton’s honors include the award for the best paper published in the Academy of Management Journal in 1989, the Eugene L. Grant Award for Excellence in Teaching, selection by Business 2.0 as a leading “management guru” in 2002, and the award for the best article published in the Academy of Management Review in 2005. The London Business School selected Sutton for the 2014 Sumantra Ghoshal Award “for rigour and relevance in the study of management.” The American Management Association selected Sutton as one of the top 30 leaders who most influenced business in 2014 (ranking him 10th on their list). Sutton was named as one of 10 “B-School All-Stars” by BusinessWeek , which they described as “professors who are influencing contemporary business thinking far beyond academia.” Sutton has given keynote speeches to more than 200 groups in 20 countries. His writings and opinions are often described in places including The NYT, The Atlantic, Financial Times, Esquire, Fortune, WSJ, Wired, TechCrunch, Vanity Fair, and Washington Post. Sutton has been a guest on many radio and television shows, including on ABC, Bloomberg, BBC, CNBC, Fox, NBC Today Show, KGO, PBS, NPR, Marketplace & CNN. His personal site is at www.bobsutton.net and he blogs at Harvard Business Review,Medium, and as an “influencer” on LinkedIn. Sutton tweets @work_matters. Key Topics: • How did Dr. Sutton become an A** hole expert? • How’d he come to write “The No A**Hole Rule? • What’s a bias-busting mantra? • What’s it mean to look at ourselves first? • How do we figure out if we have an a**hole problem? • What are a few good diagnostic questions? • What in the world was a a**hole factory? • What are petty tyrants and why are they so dangerous? • How do we work with rule nazi’s? • What’s a grin-f’er? • What can we learn from Adam Grant about a**hole survival? • Why is quitting sometimes a good thing? • What is A**hole blindness? • What are a few of the top lies people tell themselves • What’s the best way to leave a job? • What are a few top A**hole avoidance techniques? • What’s it mean to slow the rhythm? • What are safety zones? • Is there a time to fight? • What do you need to know if you need to fight? • What’s the Benjamin Franklin affect? • Where does love come into the equation? • What’s the importance of self-love? • What do we need to know for our kids & bullying?