Mireille Felicia. office. September 25th , 2017.
It's important to know the difference between a person that's termed as an office psychopath and and a person that is just manipulative and outright annoying. According to Dr. John Clarke, an office psychopath is a person who has a superficial charm and excessive sense of self-worth, can control themselves but just don't bother to do so, have a glib outlook, generally have short term relationships, a parasitic lifestyle, don't accept any responsibility for their actions, are impulsive, don't have any long term goals. They're also the types who would rather steal a Rolex than save up for one. It's bad enough working with one of these types but imagine working for one? Dr. John spoke of a man like this. This man was earning over $500,000 a year running a call center so he was in a position of quite some power. He only hired 3 types of women: 1. women who would do anything to get to the top, 2. women with poor body image he could manipulate through sex and 3. older women he could dominate. This man had sex with 17 of the women working at the center and he was working on the rest. Granted, not all office psychopaths are that extreme but you get the picture. Most people we label as an office psychopath are just generally annoying.
It is important to use color psychology in office design and this is mainly because it will go on to give it an edge. It has been proven that color greatly influences human behavior and emotion. So if you are looking to help your workers to be more productive, understanding more about color psychology will be to your advantage.
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