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Robert I. Sutton

Robert I. Sutton is an American organizational psychologist, Stanford University professor, and influential business writer. His work focuses on evidence-based management, organizational behavior, and leadership. Sutton has made significant contributions to the understanding of workplace dynamics and management practices.

Some of his notable books include:

  1. “The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn’t” (2007): In this book, Sutton explores the impact of toxic workplace behavior and provides insights on how to create a more positive and productive work environment.

  2. “Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best… and Learn from the Worst” (2010): Drawing on research and real-life examples, Sutton offers practical advice for managers on how to become more effective leaders and improve their relationships with employees.

  3. “Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less” (2014, co-authored with Huggy Rao): In this book, Sutton and Rao examine the challenges of scaling up successful practices and innovations in organizations and provide guidance on how to navigate the complexities of growth.

  4. “The Asshole Survival Guide: How to Deal with People Who Treat You Like Dirt” (2017): A follow-up to his earlier book, this guide provides strategies for dealing with difficult people in various settings, including the workplace.

Sutton’s work is highly regarded in the business community, and his books provide valuable insights into effective leadership, organizational behavior, and workplace culture.

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