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Harold Geneen, a legendary corporate autocrat, declared that egotism to be the worst disease that can afflict business executives. It is a problem that is "in the closet, a secret everyone knows, few talk about, and almost no one knows how to handle," according to Geneen. "The egotist may walk and talk and smile like everyone else. Still, he is impaired as much by his narcissism as the alcoholic is by his martinis."

To be sure, career success requires confidence and self-assurance. Those who rise to the top are driven to a considerable extent by a need to satisfy their inner needs for recognition and control over events.

Career Tip: The Egotists Think They Can Do No Wrong

And that's okay. How else can one have the courage to make decisions and direct the activities of others? The damage starts when the boss's ego reaches the point that he thinks he doesn't need advice and can do no wrong.

The influences that spread this insidious ailment of egos out of control are everywhere. They become increasingly virulent the higher one climbs up the organizational ladder. There are few people to answer to; greater ego-building rewards; sycophants courting favors.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Walt Kelly's famous Earth Day poster proclaimed "we have met the enemy and he is us." This statement rings true for many aspects of modern life, but perhaps none more so than in the management of our career.

Throughout my business experience, first as a corporate leader and now as an executive coach, I have witnessed numerous promising trajectories flatten-out because of the debilitating effect of ego. Shooting stars turn into falling stars. Supernovas fizzle and die. Incandescence to irrelevance. You get the picture.

The sad thing is, time and again people pull the chairs out from under their own career for momentary ego gratification. Take the long tenured general manager who goes south when the company appoints an outsider as president. "That was my job" they lament, despite the fact that no such contract exists, other than in the province of their ego. Then they behave as though they have been wronged and lo and behold, they begin the slow descent into irrelevance. If only they kept their ego in check, they could have charted a different path and succeeded that president two years later. Instead they satisfied their ego, moved on to a lateral position in a different company and are still not president.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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