Narcissism is a rare personality disorder that requires a specific diagnosis. Additionally, narcissists typically don't lie much. Your boss sounds more like an ego-centric who twists the truth to support him or herself. I would file a formal complaint with HR and get others in your department to do the same. Document the issues in writing so you have support. I am in that situation now and it is horrible!! Only thing I can say is document, document, document!! The boss I work for is a narcissistic and right now we (meaning he and I) communicate through a third party via his request. His office is directly in front of my desk and whenever I need his signature on a document, I have to get up, walk around the corner give it to the third party, she then walks it back pass my desk and gives it to him. Now, you see the predictament I'm in. All I can say is pray. go to their higher ups and state your beef! Narcissists most certainly do lie. The truth is irrelevant to them. What I did? I quit. It's not worth it.
Cult Leader, Organised Crime Boss, National Dictator, or God! :)
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He or She seeks to interact with people from a position of authority, advantage, or superiority.They take pleasure from their power over other people.
ignore everything, show no signs of weakness, boss up, stay busy and stack your pape
Ask your boss or if it's a large company the human resources department.
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Seeing as your sister is not a boss in a video game, I'd say that you don't and that your sister probably isn't old enough to be an actual narcissist.
solve the entire intestine filled dungeon (yes,it has a mini-boss, boss, chests, an item, and everything.)
The president is the chief executive of the US- he is the boss of the executive department.
Thank the boss for all he/she has done for the company/department/section and remember to wish him/her all the very best for the future.
You don't. Mind your own business. If they want help, no doubt they will consult an expert. Instructing your boss will, more likely than not, cause problems for you, not the other person.
Normally in United States police precincts in major cities the "boss" of that station is a Captain. In minor municipalitioes it's usually the Chief of the department or a Sheriff.