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7 thoughts on “Tudor Case File : The Principal Narcissist”
Congratulations HG! Your knowledge and strategic advice manifested in a real-life positive result. This is tangible proof your advice is accurate and actually works.
It’s satisfying to see the school principal covering herself and running away like a cornered rat.
There are many talkers who provide information and well-meaning opinions. Your knowledge and advice provide real and meaningful change.
Hi HG, have you done an assessment of the Italian surgeon known as Dr. Death? Paulo Macchiarini? I would love to hear it!
No, I have not.
Brilliant to see the video clip to support the information about this case. I have no doubt this will help provide some guidance by sign-posting to HG’s and / or relevant lines of authority should ie another school find similar issues with senior management. Good on you, HG, for assisting this school achieve success in beating their narcissist by using the appropriate routes, and, at the same time, making it known that it can be done 🙂
This was great to hear about and watch! You made a difference for these people and I’m sure they appreciated you. This is so inspiring and I wish I had you to call on, when I was in school and dealing with bullies. My mother would tell me back then to just ignore them and they’ll go away. Good advice from one big bully, about the little bullies at school. Usually I did ignore them, unless they put their hands on me, then it wasn’t pretty. Anyway, I’m glad you were there for these people! You do make a difference in so many lives, we don’t even hear about, I’m sure of it. Xx
This was highly satisfying. I’ve encountered a metric frack-ton of academic narcs, both as a student and as an instructor, and it’s absolute poetry to see one get hers at last.
I completely agree with you! So very satisfying indeed!