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Monday, May 26, 2014
Toxic Leadership .... Submitted to NBEA
A noted rule of thumb suggests that toxic leaders leave their followers and others who come within their sphere of influence worse off than they found them either on a personal and/or professional basis.
Aggressive narcissists tend use both micromanagement, over management and management by fear to keep a grip of their authority in the organizational group.
Toxic leaders work to promote themselves and their top-heavy cronies at the expense of their subordinates.
A toxic leader can be both hypocritical and hypercritical of others, seeking the illusion of moral virtue to hide their own vices.