Décidément un très bel article.
J'aime beaucoup ce passage : They "tend to want to be seen as 'the good guy': basically, easy-going, fun, likable, generous, they may be helpful – that kind of thing", says Hall. But the downside is that they are calculating; their behaviour is characterised by an "ongoing passive-aggressiveness". Think backhanded compliments, veiled barbs, insults disguised as humour, subtle digs or gossiping behind people's backs.
Et celui-ci : If you're trying to figure out if someone is a covert narcissist, consider this: how do they react when something good happens to you? Maybe it's a promotion, getting praise from a boss or even just telling them you're having a good day. "Are they happy for you? Are they really happy for you? That's a really good way to detect narcissism," says Hall.
Est-ce que ça ne me rappelle pas certaines connaissances, dans d'anciens emplois ?