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# Keep up with the boss. -->It may sound unreasonable to work weekends,
after hours and even through lunch if that's what your boss is doing,
but it's a must.<-- "If you want to get ahead in an organization, it's
very important that your boss believes you share the same work ethic,"
McKee said. "In management, -> we <- always hire in our own likeness.
Even psychotics need allies."
McKee makes it sound like she *might* be one of the psychos! And I
don't' think that last statement is true anyway. I hired talent to round
out the team with strengths that we may lack, not Diana-clones.