Dealing with intimidating personalities
People, especially managers, with controlling personalities typically are not good for employee morale.
They make demands or speak in a way that does not allow for other employee input or opinions.
Aggressive bosses have little regard for others’ rights and boundaries, aren’t concerned about others’ needs, and make decisions based on their own agendas, not what’s best for employees or the company.“But most of us eventually grow to develop a healthier balance of perspective with respect to our regard for ourselves versus our regard for and need of others.
When a person enters adulthood retaining the narcissistic tendencies they had as a child, there’s bound to be lots of trouble in their relationships.”And if that’s not bad enough, destructive narcissists (that is, those whose narcissism is pathologic) don’t just view themselves as superior, they view everyone else as worthless, expendable, and justifiably exploitable.
Such individuals have no qualms about using lies, manipulation, intimidation, flattery, or anything else to get what they want.
Destructive or “malignant” narcissists are personality disordered individuals.
Some personality types are good for workplace relationships and productivity, while others hinder the workplace environment.Some personality types are addicted to or obsessed with power and control.People with this personality will try to dominate every conversation, meeting or other situation at work.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.