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13 thoughts on “How To Handle The Narcissist At Work”
HG have you published anything about romantic involvement with a narcissist in the workplace and how to handle them after the romance has ended? I was put in a role where I now manage my narc about 7 months after the discard
You should book a consultation with me, to address this.
Examples of manipulations I have been subjected to at work during the years:
Being accused of stealing
Being accused of lying
Being blamed for manager’s mistakes, or even colleagues’
Having managers take credit for my work / having my ideas stolen
Receiving bad performance reviews (lots of projection there)
Being provoked (and then accused of being a ‘hot-head’ for responding to provocation)
Being sexually harassed
Being promised a pay rise that was never given to me
Having job duties taken away from me and substituted with ‘cookie-cutting’ tasks OR being literally swamped with things to do
Needless to say, I never, ever received any support and/or mentoring by my narc-managers.
I am buying this package TONIGHT. I can’t wait to absorb this new information and put it to use.
I look forward to assisting you.
How is this formatted? Anyway—It’s a huge issue and when I was in administrative work a perplexing situation.
Are those files answers to our questions or are they pre-recorded, HG?
They are pre-recorded, detailed and address the substantial and frequent questions. If you require bespoke answers then an audio consultation is the appropriate way to proceed.
Thank you, HG.
This is excellent! I wish I had this before but it’s wonderful that I know this is available now when I go back to work.
Awesome idea!! I think the worst narcissist to deal with is one you cant escape and narcs in the workplace are common and you cant fully escape unless you want to keep changing careers/jobs. Frusterating and awful situation to many.
Very good idea HG