Employees, HR Leaders and Attorneys
It’s ideal for the employee or manager trying to defend themselves from someone trying to undercut, sabotage or savage them. For the HR director, it’s perfect for learning what to watch for, what the signs of toxic troubles look like, and the mindset you can use to deal with the trouble makers. For attorneys, if lawsuits keep you up at night, you need to understand what happens when a culture collapses or when an organization’s leadership ignores bad behavior. The results can be spectacularly bad and ‘The Arsonist in the Office’ gives you the roadmap to reducing your organization’s risk levels.
Executives, Managers and Company Owners
If you ignore what the arsonist’s actions, you hand over your culture to them and risk watching your company’s values, productivity and employee retention burned to the ground. Executives don’t have to read too many headlines in the business section to realize that the world has changed. You might run the company today, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be thrown overboard in a crisis tomorrow. The fireproofing tactics you’ll learn in “The Arsonist in the Office” might protect you from getting burned up in a crisis.
Jobhunters and Recent Graduates
This book shows you how the ‘real world’ looks inside some companies and provides tools to identify a toxic company from the outside before you ever take a job. ‘The Arsonist in the Office’ is the class in hardball office politics that you’ll never forget and that they should been mandatory in college.