When do we know…

…the egocentric likes to feel part of a team of conspirators against “the others”. This often ends up with one team being pitted against another. It is very difficult for such managers to deal with themselves and for subordinates to deal with them.

According to Paschen and Dihsmaier, people with such personality disorders generally cannot cope with the knowledge they have. They reject any criticism and, most of all, the disorders themselves.

Brian Bloch, “Beware of bosses’ Jekyll & Hyde side”. The Telegraph, September 13, 2007.

So easy to be inconsistent. Little virtue in being unpredictable.

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