Courtesy of Tyler Dunning
The ‘teacher’s pet syndrome’, as I call it, is that compulsion that drives some people to:
- answer to any question even if they are not asked to;
- physically feeling BAD if they don’t known ‘the answer’ or if they are not recognized as best in class
but, above all, this is a great symptom of future micro managers.
All-knowing leads to poor trust to others of your ‘species’ and create conflict.