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100 1  Milstein, Howie. 
245 10 Don't be a f*cking dick|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /
       |cHowie Milstein. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 1  Read by Howie Milstein. 
520    Howie Milstein has had enough. After many years 
       participating with a multitude of communities, such as 
       corporations, non-profit organizations, boards of 
       directors, and bowling teams, he's finally mustered up the
       nerve to address the enormous elephant in the room. When 
       leaders are dicks, the community is unhealthy, 
       stakeholders are disengaged, and outcomes are marginal. In
       DBAFD, Milstein asserts that it's incumbent upon 
       leadership to promote and model strong, meaningful 
       relationships throughout the community. At the basis of 
       all relationships is trust, and while trust can be built 
       through competency, reliability, and intimacy, it is 
       easily destroyed when leaders' raging egos are manifest 
       too much of the time. While the author is permanently 
       imbued with irreverence and utter distaste for 
       conventional thinking, DBAFD strikes a balance between the
       lighthearted perspective that helps people swallow the 
       sometimes bitter pill of self-awareness, and the serious 
       message that we all abut, and occasionally cross, the line
       of being a dick. Not meant to be an exhaustive tome on 
       emotional intelligence, leadership, and the art of seizing
       conscious control of natural impulses, DBAFD makes a 
       concise, compelling case for treating others with respect 
       and dignity. The book is perfectly suited to anyone in a 
       leadership role, without regard to whether they possess a 
       formal leadership title. In other words, it's for 
       everybody. And it makes a perfect gift for those leaders 
       you want to send a clear message to! 
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