From Harvard Business Review: Narcissism and (Business) Leaders

Dropped on:July 12, 2012
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Click here to read “Narcissism: The Difference Between High Achievers and Leaders” written by Justin Menkes.

Here is an excerpt from this article:
“Only an individual who feels genuinely invigorated by the growth, development, and success of others can become an effective leader of an enterprise. And it remains the most common obstacle of success for those trying to make that leap.”

The other side of narcissism is generativity, the gratification in seeing the success of others.  (Ekman uses the Yiddish term, “naches” for a similar emotion.)

– N. Szajnberg, MD, Managing Editor

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