A new study found that ingratiating, or kissing up, behavior can result in better performance evaluations, but also results in a draining of self-control that leads to poor behavior in the workplace.
A new study found that ingratiating, or kissing up, behavior can result in better performance evaluations, but also results in a draining of self-control that leads to poor behavior in the workplace. Timothy Reck KRT
A new study found that ingratiating, or kissing up, behavior can result in better performance evaluations, but also results in a draining of self-control that leads to poor behavior in the workplace. Timothy Reck KRT

Sucking up to the boss can help your career. But it can hurt you in other ways, study says

July 26, 2018 02:52 PM