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Suck-ups: Why CIOs Love Them

What is the difference between a collaborative teamplayer and a bootlicking toady? Marshall Goldsmith, leadership development trainer and author of "What Got Your Here Won't Get You There" reveals all.

What's the difference between a collaborative team player and a bootlicking toady? The difference is that the collaborative team player is trying to actually do what is good for the corporation and takes the high road. The bootlicking toady is trying to do whatever it takes to ingratiate himself with upper management for personal gain, and perhaps at the expense of the corporation.

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