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Five signs that you aren’t getting proper validation in your work and how to manage narcissism behaviour in the office.
1. Your boss or leader constantly corrects, criticizes or dismisses your work.
Leaders are beacons of advice and guidance. But if you feel like your staring up a wall of disappointment after submitting that report or PowerPoint, you could be dealing with Narcissism. Try to discuss expectations and requirements up front, document understanding and get agree
There are three things you must execute in business now! Do you ever feel like running away the moment you set your foot into the office? Do you know in your gut that instead of facing your problems you are either: ducking the boss fleeing the crowd spending hours working in the breakout room sinking behind the office divider Have you faced that fear? Do you know what is igniting that inferiority trigger? Have you demonstrated your value? Have you signalled to leadership your
There I was at the edge of the cliff, a Big White Mountain double diamond slope called “Camel’s back” only 2160m (7086 ft) above sea level, and avalanche territory. I pushed myself over the newly fallen "champagne" snow, my ski poles sunk two feet deep in some areas as I moved past the Avalanche warning signs. That's when I noticed a fracture fault line likely from where the morning’s dynamite effort had lifted the snow, my courage wavered and I started to wonder if I should
"Seeking a vulnerable leader with key strategic planning abilities..." wrote no one ever on a job posting. Isn't that what a professional career is all about? Exposing oneself to challenges, criticism, appraisal, measurement, potential failures and striving for success (however you define it). If you’re introverted, “vulnerability” is the farthest adjective you want to be associated with. If you’re extroverted exposing your weaknesses is the opposite goal in your approach t