They may be charming, confident and climb the job ladder with ease, but when they reach the top, narcissists are actually not very good at their roles.
Such people are often too self-obsessed to do their jobs properly, according to a study.
Those who love themselves and have vast self-confidence often impress others with their self-belief, dominance and authority, leading them to climb the career ladder effortlessly.
However, scientists have discovered that while narcissists are convincing leaders, they are so consumed by their own brilliance that it actually cripples their creativity and often causes them to make bad decisions.
Gee, does that sound like anyone we know?
Not only did the study describe Obama perfectly, but it described his followers too:
It also prevents proper interaction with colleagues who often vastly overestimate the ability of their overconfident bosses.