Addressing Employees with an Inflated Sense of Self-Worth


It doesn’t matter if you are a tail feather or a wing feather. You are still responsible for the flight.

A primal survival mechanism that everyone has is the belief that they are indeed great.  There is always at least one person in a group that has an inflated sense of themselves.

As rewarding as it can be to dress these individuals down, they may be serving a purpose in the group. Apathy is very low on the survival scale. Anger, is much higher. People with an inflated sense of self-worth may serve the group by keeping the group dynamics out of apathy. By keeping the high functioning team members slightly irritated, perhaps it is a means of keeping the engine of the group dynamics revving.

Wisdom in leadership roles is the coveted holy grail.  Perhaps a person doesn’t have to age like fine wine to have wisdom. Perhaps it is a matter of understanding the primal nature of the dynamics at work and using the SFT protocols that I offer to assist in making dynamic changes that may otherwise take decades to accrue. If that sounds like something beneficial to gleaning success, try the following taps to address the issue of employees that fall short except in their own mind.



Readers might like to experience the SFT taps for themselves …

Say each statement three times while tapping on the top of your head, a fourth time while tapping on your chest, and a fifth time while tapping on your abdomen.

The dynamo of every employee is validated, activated and utilized; in all moments

All blockages to all members of the team contributing their highest potential are removed; in all moments

All personality entanglements preventing optimal outcome in the dynamics are regulated and released; in all moments

All limitations that any individual has put on the group dynamics are surpassed; in all moments

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