How To Handle The Narcissist In The Workplace

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

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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

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6 thoughts on “How To Handle The Narcissist In The Workplace

  1. Anna says:

    There are also some professions where people with NPD are favoured. This is also true of some professions who prefer people with Aspergers. If you happen to be in a department working as an assistant, you will have no choice but to work with people who have NPD, and they may very well be your superiors. I myself am surrounded not only by family members but also at work. This makes no contact almost impossible. I discovered many years ago that devoloping “Logical Thinking”, behaving basically like a “vulcan” enabled me to cope well with the difficulties of dealing on a daily basis both at home and professionally with people who have NPD. This site has also opened my eyes to emotional thinking and helped me cope.

    Thank you HG!

    I also find that people with Aspergers behave in a similar way to those with NPD due to their lack of empathy. The difference is that those with Aspergers are truth seekers, and they do not manipulate people like those with NPD. However, their lack of empathy and need to control due to the need of routine which is seen in high functioning autism can be very hard to deal with. They need control for different reasons. The toilet roll being in a certain direction can be incredibly difficult to deal with!

    I actually find through my logical thinking that people with NPD tend to have tantrums much like toddlers if they don’t get their own way. Same as those with Aspergers. When this happen logical thinking and remaining calm seems to help alot to calm down the fury. Instead of adding fuel to the fire. Dousing it instead. It is hard for someone to remain angry with someone who is completly calm. It requires alot of empathy, swallowing pride and dousing the flames of fury from the person who is angry. In a way when you are the calm one, you realise that you actually have control. They have lost their temper. You are the one who has to calm them down. Rational decisions can never be made when emotions are in the picture. Only with logical thinking can this be achieved.

    Hurting the ego or core of the person with NPD is what brings about the fury. With a large amount of empathy, it is possible to douse those flames. It is very much like walking on eggshells.
    I see those who have NPD as being very fragile. Their egos can be easily bruised. Their defence mechanism is ingrained and programmed. A deep understanding and logical thinking does make it possible to have a relationship without going no contact, especially if you have no choice. It is possible. I know. I have done it. You end up with nerves of steel!

  2. Miss AGL says:

    Dear HG… It’s been a while but I hope that you’re okay. You are probably not going to read this but if you do I truly need your wisdom… I recently quit my job as an assistant manager after three incidents with three different women that probably (most definitely) are narcissists. I have absolutely no regrets but I do have a question… Will they see this as a victory? Will they think that they are so omnipotent or powerful and will my resignation increase their toxic arrogance and assure them that they have “the right” to do what they did to me to someone else out there?? I know it shouldn’t even bother me what these cunts (excuse my French) think and it doesn’t bother me at all… but I would just like to have some answers to these questions from the Expert (that’s you!) for more knowledge/understanding etc. Thank you so much!!

  3. Kim e says:

    OH JOY OH JOY. After 6 months I have definately figured out that the new head of my marketing department is a demanding asshole of a narc. I have bitten my tongue so many times in the last month with him more than I have my whole life. Visions of him on fire make me smile. IF only I could have felt the same way about my other one…GGGGRRRR

  4. Anm says:

    I worked with a narcissist for a while. We bumped heads while I was in a training with her. She then made it her mission to have me fail. She played petty games with me that you would do with your work peers, not employees you are supposed to be supervising.
    She did stuff like changed my email signature without my knowing. I called a client once, and they were like, “hey, are you aware that your email states that your phone number is from a cruise line business?”
    I was still #1 on my team, even with her stunts.

    1. Lorelei says:

      They are always stirring up petulant games Anm.

  5. Tamara says:

    Unfortunately, they are everywhere, and not just in romantic relationships or on Craigslist.

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