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Diva-like behaviour

 
#1 Diva-like behaviour
24/11/2009 13:14

Paris

Recently, I was reading an article about the diva-style behaviour of Mariah Carey. Full article available here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1230301/Mariah-Careys-diva-style-behaviour-GMTV-revealed-Kate-Garraway.html

It reminded me somewhat of the behaviour of various consulting partners.

Please share examples of diva-like behaviour you have witnessed amongst your consulting peers.

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#2 RE: Diva-like behaviour
24/11/2009 14:33

billum to Paris (#1)

I worked with a rather portly partner many years ago who hailed a taxi to take us across a busy road in central London to get to a restaurant on the other side...

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#3 RE: Diva-like behaviour
24/11/2009 14:49

anigav to Paris (#1)

Once a manager made me change the entire colour scheme of a deck because he though it was too 'boisterous'.

Ironically it turned out he enjoyed activites with said deck character, with young men.

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