Bruce Tulgan is the best-selling author of It’s Okay to Be the Boss and the CEO of RainmakerThinking, the management research, consulting, and training firm he founded in 1993. All of his work is based on twenty‑seven years of intensive workplace interviews and has been featured in thousands of news stories around the world. Bruce’s newest book, The Art of Being Indispensable at Work, is available from Harvard Business Review Press wherever books are sold. You can follow Bruce on Twitter @BruceTulgan or visit his website at rainmakerthinking.com.
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