Narcissistic Leadership

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Jared, I enjoyed reading you post and ;earning about your military experience. You mentioned your experience with narcissistic leaders as well as respectable and immoral leaders. I would be interested in the differences between female and male leaders in the military. Kinicki, A., & Fugate, M., (2016) emphasized that research has found that “women used a more democratic or participatory style than men, and men used a more autocratic and directive style than women” (Kinicki, A., & Fugate, M., 2016, p. 445). As higher rank officers automatically have to be respected and followed. I wondered if women in the military automatically get the same respect. I would also be interested to see if the women in the military practice narcissistic leadership styles.…show more content…
She felt superiors and tried to use personal power over the teachers. She acted as if she was in control of everything; however, all this was to cover her poor leadership skills. She would not help anyone, but expected teachers to follow her rules and guidelines. Kinicki, A., & Fugate, M., (2016) stated that “Although, narcissistic leaders have an upside f being charismatic and passionate, they also were found to promote counterproductive behaviors from others” (Kinicki, A., & Fugate, M., 2016, p. 444). Most of the teachers did not trust her and would not go to her for advice. The Bible says in Proverbs 16:5 “The Lord detests all the proud of heart. Be sure of this: They will not go unpunished” (Proverbs 16:5. NIV). As Christians, we must strive to avoid negative traits that involve behaviors that go against what the Lord expects from
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