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Chapter 2. Relating Cooperatively with O... > CASE STUDY: Interpersonal Failing Le...

CASE STUDY: Interpersonal Failing Leads to Firing

Robert was an excellent student and athlete in college. Everyone expected him to have a successful career. By the time he was 30, those who had known him in his younger years were puzzled. Robert had changed employers three times since graduation, telling others that each move was part of his plan for moving up in the business world.

His old acquaintances became aware that Robert seemed angry and stressed most of the time. He frequently complained about his boss and his employees. No one was surprised when he announced that he had been fired and was looking for another job. Several months passed and Robert was unsuccessful in his job search.


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