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At work, home, school, and within families, we compliment the talkers – those effervescent social butterflies who entertain and delight us. We enjoy their company and we seek out their acquaintance. They are typically the ones who amass a following at parties.

Large cohorts abound at lower company levels – individuals unable to find a navigator for a maze of office politics they may not even know existed. Most of what matters (at work) is what you do not see – invisible networks with centralized players, insidious slime balls with a smile on their face, office staff …Read the Rest