Hubris Syndrome: The disease of the leader

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She Hubris syndrome It is a disease characterized by the creation of a too much ego an exaggerated personal approach, the appearance of eccentricities and contempt for the opinions of others.

The term ‘hubris’ or ‘hybris’ (ὕβρις, hýbris ) is a Greek concept meaning ‘excess’. This is the opposite of kindness, to moderate. It refers to the excessive ego, the feeling of power, the desire to break the limits imposed by the immortal gods on the weak and mortal man. And this means contempt for the space of others, which leads them to commit cruel and gratuitous acts against them.

Apart from mythology, the Hubris syndrome It also exists in the real world. Countless kings, emperors, rulers, dictators, politicians, and soldiers have suffered from it and continue to suffer from it.

But this is a phenomenon that is also widespread in the world company because they describe it as “The Leader’s Disease” and causes its sufferers to lose touch with reality after reaching a position of responsibility.

Who hasn’t heard the phrases like “this man is carried away”, “he is drunk with power”, “he suddenly got up and thought he was amazing”, “he used to be simple, now he is angry”, “He has lost his Oremus” etc.?

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The concept of power in human relations is similar to the concept of energy in the world of physics. According to Bertrand Russell, It is the most important element, the ultimate goal of man and, along with glory, one of the main eternal desires of man. It was in 1987 McClelland He identified power as one of the three basic human needs.

To achieve the diagnosis of SH, the presence of at least three of the following criteria is required:

  • An exaggeratedly personal way of commenting on current affairs. He has a great sense of self-importance. Shows an arrogant or arrogant attitude.
  • Exaggerated self-confidence, recklessness and impulsiveness. He thinks he is special and unique.
  • Feeling superior to others and Arrogance. It deserves too much praise.
  • Restlessness, inattention, impulsiveness.
  • Excessive concern for image, luxury and eccentricities. Narcissistic Syndrome.
  • The opponent must be defeated at any cost. You are often envious of others or believe that others are envious of you.
  • Losing command or popularity ends in loneliness, anger and rage.
  • Ignoring the advice of those around them. Lack of empathy. It is interpersonally exploitative.
  • Progressive departure from reality.
  • Believing that they are accountable not to their peers, colleagues, or society, but to higher courts: history or God
  • Be convinced of the validity of your proposals while ignoring the costs.
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“The pressures and responsibilities that come with power affect the mind.” According to the neurologist David Owen, English doctor and politician, the time will come when the leaders stop listening, become reckless and make decisions on their own, without consulting, because they think their ideas are right. That’s why, Even if they are ultimately proven wrong, they will never admit they are wrong. and they will continue to think about their good work.

Those affected by Hubris suffering from what is called psychopathologically paranoid development: “Anyone who opposes him or his ideas are personal enemies, who respond with envy.”

The previous existence of some diseases, especially narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), where it has many characteristics, increases the likelihood that a powerful person will develop SH.

The ‘hubris-nemesis complex’ is particularly dangerous. They are not ‘part of…’, but they ‘are’ the service, to the point that they believe they own the institution. They make sure everyone knows the hierarchy and the position they occupy in it. They cannot bear to be ignored they must have complete control.

They usually are surrounded by a host of opportunists, careerists and sycophants. Flattery balls and sycophants bolstered his ego and began to create a sense of piety.

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They believe in their own necessity, They don’t understand how the company has survived without them until now. and any decision is right for the simple fact that I have made it. Many of these decisions simply respond to whims or desires without a rational basis.

They are considered unmistakable, necessary and they thought they were going will enjoy power forever. Paranoia: “Everyone who criticizes me acts out of envy,” think those who suffer from Hubris Syndrome. This thought This leads them to reject all criticism. Those who do so may be considered personal enemies..

Do you recognize yourself in any of these phases or symptoms?

Conclusions

SH is an acquired psychiatric disorder, characterized by pride, arrogance and arrogance. It is caused by power and enhanced by success. And this is easily recognized by managers in our immediate environment. It is necessary to identify ‘hubristic’ behaviors early in order to anticipate and minimize their consequences.

The best medicine is take a bath from time to time. In the world of finance, when power is lost, ‘hubristic’ behavior may disappear (although NPT characteristics persist).

Sometimes, the new situation leads to a depressive state.