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) ***

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4 thoughts on “How To Handle A Narcissist At Work

  1. SParham says:

    I’m following every piece of advise given in this sanity saving assistance package. It changed everything for me. I instantly recognize my emotional thinking and insert logic. One of my favorite parts is controlling the music and being able to play Depeche Mode radio. It’s “Heaven”. 🤗🤗

    1. HG Tudor says:

      HG approves.

  2. lickemtomorrow says:

    I bet the people who worked with “Dr.Death” would have liked to know how to handle him.

    Has anyone watched the series?

    I think it’s been pointed out before that surgeons – possibly neurosurgeons being at the very top of that list – may often be narcissists simply because of the work they do. I imagine you’d need to have a natural self-belief in the circumstances, too. And while Christopher Dunstch had plenty of the second, he lacked any real ability in terms of his skills according to the series.

    What an unbelievable series of devastating events that allowed him to get away with his incompetence. And no one seemed able to stop him. In spite of his atrocious results.

    How would you handle that kind of narcissist at work?

    There is a documentary to compliment the dramatization, and the issue of narcissism is raised by another YouTube commenter (Dr. Ramani) who I was surprised to see appear. She has all kinds of disclaimers on her videos now in terms of how they can be used (or rather cannot be used) which I noticed when I came across one as YouTube fed it to me. But, it was interesting to see how narcissism was highlighted as part of this series, and as an explanation for the doctor’s grandiose thinking, his entitled behaviour, his lack of remorse, etc. It really is an eye opener and another very moving real life example of how a narcissist can operate within a more professional setting and affect not just their colleagues, but clients as well.

    People who worked with him, who saw the risks he was taking as he operated and tried to redirect him, were prevented at every turn by him, and further down the road by those above him, who it seems feared for their own positions both legally and financially.

    I don’t know what the answer would be to a Dr. Dunstch, but even with insight maybe some narcissists are too powerful to deal with effectively in the workplace until the damage is already done. That certainly seemed to be the case here.

    I’ve got this one, btw, and still have to listen to it. Maybe the answers are in there.

  3. lisk says:

    Purchased this a long time ago. Listened to it. It worked.

    I listen to it again and again for refreshers—and whenever I encounter a new narcissist at work.

    HG is amazeballs!!!

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