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When someone’s name is called, the speaker has the listener’s attention.
The listener is more inclined to feel put on the spot, and compelled to respond with greater attentiveness.
— Paramhansa Yogananda Most of us come across difficult personalities at some points in our lives.
These individuals may exist in our personal or professional environment.
You only have the power to ignore or deflect or be non-reactive to power-and-control manipulations if you have nothing to lose: if you're willing to walk away from the potential deal or the relationship, with little if any harm to you, then you have leveled the playing field.
In every workplace, you will have difficult coworkers.
She also takes up and owns her table space, while you don’t have any place to put your laptop, papers and pen.
By standing or sitting uncomfortably close to you, or standing and towering over you, they hope to achieve a sense of superiority and psychological dominance at your expense. Overwhelm You with Procedures and Red Tape Some people like to use bureaucracy – paperwork, procedures, laws and by-laws, committees, and other roadblocks to maintain their position and power, while making your life more difficult.
Significantly, the manipulator focuses on the negative without providing genuine and constructive solutions, or offering meaningful ways to help. Giving You Little or No Time to Decide This is a common sales and negotiation tactic, where the aggressor puts pressure on you to make a decision before you’re ready.
By applying tension and control onto you, it is hoped that you will “crack” and give in to the aggressor’s demands. Giving You Multiple and Excessive Directives to Control You Behaviorally and Psychologically This is often used by law enforcement to control someone’s behavior.
This technique can also be used to delay fact finding and truth seeking, hide flaws and weaknesses, and evade scrutiny. Raising Their Voice and Displaying Negative Emotions Some aggressors raise their voice during discussions as a form of intimidation.
The assumption may be that if they project their voice loudly enough, or display negative emotions, you’ll submit to their coercion and give them what they want.
It can also be used by individuals who are highly control-oriented in business, domestic, and other situations. I've had a more than a few controlling bosses with tiny windowless offices but have had really big chairs.