How To Handle A Narcissist At Work

KTN How To Handle A Narcissist at Work


Narcissists appear in many different arenas. Commonly, people find narcissists in a romantic ensnarement or familial one, however, our kind also appear in social groups, as neighbours,  as customers or clients, as club members and in society as a whole.

We also frequently appear at work.

A common reason given to failing to implement total no contact is the issue of working with a narcissist. The attempt to escape the nightmare of ensnarement is viewed as unachievable and increases the concern, fear and anxiety for the victim. Plagued by concerns about losing their job, being made a scapegoat, seen as a troublemaker, being denied opportunities and promotions many people continue to work for, with and alongside narcissists with all the attend problems which arise from this

Using HG Tudor’s established expertise with regard to the field of narcissists and narcissism, this Assistance Package addresses a wide range of matters in an easy-to-understand manner, with practical advice and tips which have been successfully used by individuals working with narcissists and all based on HG Tudor’s unrivalled understanding.

This Assistance package covers

 Handling a workplace narcissist as part of your no contact regime

Dealing with the issue of scapegoating

Common manipulations that the narcissist will use in the workplace and how to counter them

Whether to complain about the narcissists treatment of you and if so to whom and how

How to handle the issue of requiring a reference where a narcissist is involved

Handling adverse appraisal outcomes given by a narcissist

How to address communication with the narcissist within the workplace setting

How to handle harassment issues arising from the narcissist’s behaviour

How to deal with a narcissist who is a peer

How to handle a narcissist who is a subordinate to you

Plus much more ground-breaking and supportive information.

*** Please note this Assistance Package does not cover the romantic involvement with a narcissist in the workplace. Such an issue should be addressed through an Audio Consultation (see the menu bar for details) ***

To receive this information which costs US $ 125 for a comprehensive Assistance Package which you can access in your own time and at your own pace, simply use the PayPal button below to make payment and you will then receive a Common Sense Protocol which governs the Assistance Package and thereafter the Assistance Package itself.


16 thoughts on “How To Handle A Narcissist At Work

  1. Dorion says:

    I’ve encountered a few really useful and productive arseholes this way. Maybe I should write up my manual and share 🙂 One key element is strict compartmentalization – don’t ever cross over with them into personal life and also separate the narcissists from one-another on different projects… unless having them compete would be beneficial.

  2. MB says:

    This is an excellent assistance package. Simple and straightforward. The message “clicked” with me and has made my work life more peaceful. Thank you HG.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are most welcome MB.

  3. Lorelei says:

    Narcissists at work are a pain in the ass.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Indeed if they are proctologists.

      1. E. B. says:

        Hahahaha 🙂

      2. Lorelei says:

        They are actually helpful for certain objects. People are really creative. They are also incredibly dumb.

        1. MB says:

          What’s up with people being obsessed with putting things in their butts?!?Please just give us one example, Lorelei! Light bulb? Okra pod? Live animal? What’s the dumbest you’ve seen?

          1. HG Tudor says:

            Right, this arsing about really has to stop.

          2. Lorelei says:

            I should be judicious and not expand too much, but I have seen a light bulb and a large vibrator that was still buzzing. Remember—swallowing is more common by far. Batteries and the like—GI is far more accustomed to managing this particular behavior. I’ve also seen urethral self mutilation several times. No live animals. The dumbest thing isn’t the choice taken by the patient—it’s watching the staff’s inability to manage the behaviors and anticipate needs! We always must attempt to remain consummate professionals and think of the behaviors with pathology in mind rather than entirely disgraceful and it helps mentally balance & frame the interactions. I will
            say though—that talking to a guy with a faint buzz in the background does not escape my attention!

          3. MB says:

            “Urethral self mutilation” Ouch! Why?!? Just…why? Thank you for expanding Lorelei.

            The buzzing in the ass would make it difficult to remain professional. If I were that guy, I’d seriously have to consider ANY alternative to turning up at the ER!

          4. Kim e says:

            “Urethral self mutilation” Ouch! Why?!? Just…why? Thank you for expanding Lorelei.

            No Lunch for me today!!!!!!!! LOL

          5. Lorelei says:

            I know in one particular case where the urethral issue was repetitive it was not coupled with poor behavior from someone “acting up” toward staff ever—lots of childhood sexual trauma.
            Our reactions get someone dimmed after awhile. I had someone ask about an adrenaline rush recently and they are infrequent. There were years I didn’t have my hands in the mix and I’ve enjoyed the return to it and have found how to make it work in a few ways.
            Once something gets too high you can’t get it out.. It’s an actual situation to fix for whoever fixes it. ED usually punts to GI but not always.

          6. MB says:

            That’s very sad Lorelei, God love you for what you do ❤️

          7. Lorelei says:

            It can be sad but don’t thank me—I wouldn’t do it for free!

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