Narcissists typically make judgments with greater confidence than other people … and, because their judgments are rendered with such conviction, other people tend to believe them and the narcissists become disproportionately more influential in group situations. Finally, because of their self-confidence and strong need for recognition, narcissists tend to “self-nominate”; consequently, when a leadership gap appears in a group or organization, the narcissists rush to fill it.

“The Dark Side of Charisma” – Robert Hogan, Robert Raskin i Dan Fazzini o typach menadżerów, znalezione w The Talent Myth

Wrzesień 8, 2009