The New Book, The BossHole Effect Hits Number 18 on the bestseller list on Amazon
As of today October 29th, 2013 the book has reached climbed the charts.
Here is a sample of some of the reviews:
…he has developed a guidebook, a workbook, a syllabus, and resources that anyone can use to become a more honest, complete, and effective human being who functions as a Great Boss. It can be learned by (almost) anyone who is willing to read and practice what Greg is teaching.
I really enjoyed this book. Not only were the strategies helpful, funny, and logical, but I actually found real-life applications with my own boss and career. I am happy to say that some of the suggestions in the book were the catalysts in my decision to write some pretty pointed emails to my boss…
I really enjoyed this book. It has many valuable quotes and is written in an informal style. Anyone who wants to become a boss and lead a successful team can benefit from it.
I picked up this book thinking there was no way that I personally was a bosshole ( I’m not a boss at all) What I found out is that, while I may not be a bosshole, I’m also not a great boss either and there’s more I can do to help my team. This book has a lot of great examples and analogies that will help anyone to better understand what it takes to have a successful business or team. I really think this is a helpful book for any leader ( bosshole or not) and also for anyone working for a boss who wants to make a difference.
What Dr. Greg Alston does so brilliantly with The Bosshole Effect is take a complex set of ideas, distills them down to a set of concrete ideas, and demystifies the whole thing. He does all this with a wit and wisdom that can only come from the voice of experience. Peppered throughout the text are anecdotes from his life used to clarify points and add a touch of levity to what would normally be a dry subject.
After reading just a few pages, I found myself intrigued on the many practical concepts the book has to offer.