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Nikole is exactly correct and I revert you back to my post.
You are seeking easy, non-confrontational remedies to a confrontationist.
You cannot staunch the bleeding of a severed limb with a band-aid.
By allowing him to continue you will be creating a band of mini-me`s (hims) because as Ralph Waldo Emerson accurately observed: "Your actions speak so loudly, I cannot hear what you are saying."
I consulted to an organization here in Australia on this very issue, and you are not alone, because the CEO did not want to confront the problem either. I advised the Board of Directors that if the CEO wouldn`t sack the manager that the Board should sack the CEO. The manager was gone within a month. The clones took longer to change or remove.
Thank you, Kathy!
Color changed, Steve. Is that better?
Colin, changed the layout. But can you believe it, Typepad cannot change the link on the banner for me. Go figure! I pay for a premium blog rather than a freebie and this simple thing cannot be done. Very annoying.
Zero is the amount that is tolerable.
By accepting any amount of this behavior, you are in essence validating and condoning the behavior. The amount or level is irrelevant.
How much theft is normal and acceptable?
In for a dime - in for a dollar!