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Loved your book "The No Asshole Rule" and thank you for your blog posts!

In my line of work I find it interesting the number of leaders and managers who have no idea the extent of the skills they could gain. I would love to see a research paper that highlights the stats for the number of leaders who think they are great in comparison to the number of those same leader's employees who think they are not. By my experience, the employees want better bosses, but the bosses have no idea!

Have a good weekend, Bob!

Allison O'Neill

Sounds similar-ish to my book "The Boss Benchmark" which is 35 ways bosses can be fab :)


Interesting. I read that showmanship is a vital part of leadership...your post on this book feeds into that.

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