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1. People with money or high position expect everyone who need them to be a brown noser!
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2. Someone who greases up to the boss and acts like he is the bosses best friend in order to get a promotion.
3. Flattery feeds directly into our ego and our self-identity. It makes us feel good about ourselves, so naturally, we are not immune to its charms. In fact, flattery affects behavior outside of our awareness. We have a tendency to respond more positively to situations, people, and products that make us feel good about ourselves.
4. To newly hired employees, brown-nosers make their bosses look better, but to coworkers, the brown-noser is often perceived rather negatively
5. Depending on the brown-noser’s behavior, they may have quite a negative impact on their relationships with their coworkers, their boss, and the company as a whole. If the brown-noser sucks up by putting others down, team and company morale will suffer as a result. In general, coworkers can become frustrated and unproductive.
6. Brown-nosers often suck up because they feel insecure or incompetent in their position.
7. If the brown-noser is bringing the team’s morale down, try offering praise and agreement to the brown noser, as it may decrease their need for constant approval from the boss and give them reassurances that they are a necessary part of the team.
8. anyway, the money was great, but the corporate world just wasn't to my liking. i guess i'm not a team player--or an ass-kisser.
9. People with money or high position expect everyone who need them to be a brown noser!
10. Brown nosing is common in academics and in the workplace. These individuals believe they can get good grades and advance without having to put in the time and work necessary to succeed.
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11. Curry Favor:
Gain support through Flattery!
12. Curry Favor:
to try to make someone like you or give you something by flattering them
13. Nosey people can kick rocks.
14. Keep your nose out of another’s mess.
- Danish Proverb