Who isn't classified as volatile?
A person. We don't call people volatile. Elements can be volatile.
vol·a·tile (vl-tl, -tl)
1. Evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures.
2. That can be readily vaporized.
3. Tending to violence; explosive, as of behavior.
Just as I suspected with my pre-show bio vibe *surmation.. his bad attitude will be the death of'm.
*surmation= Made up word.
All things beautiful do not have to be full of color to be noticed; in
life that which is unnoticed has the most power.
I think he is a nice guy that he tried to protect his team in the boardroom.
I think he seems like a genuinely nice guy too. Too bad he had to go.
I'd go easy on the guy. I'm usually hard on the ones that are nasty throughout, then continue their venemous attacks in the cabride, but that doesn't describe Bryce, and the stuff he did in this task is commendable past the point of almost any other PM I have seen.
I sat there in shock when he pulled the team together, laid his cards on the table, and kept encouraging and unifying them until the very end. I think this was authentic and real and praiseworthy, and I was surprised that Bryce was doing it -- he has been so passive and unwilling to take a stand on much, yet here in his moment of defeat he was committed and single-minded. (Heck, during the team meeting, he even got LENNY to agree to enter the boardroom! Lenny!? They hate each other!)
Anyway, I think my point is that we know Bryce has trouble controlling his emotions. Sometimes it results in a blowup. I don't consider the cabride affair to negate the value or authenticity of what he did earlier. Yes, it did sour it some for me as well, but I also know Bryce was PO'ed by the end of the boardroom and all his frustration came out in the cabride.
To me, this is different than the control-freak PMs who are consistently condescending (e.g., Andrea). I don't think it was indicative of Bryce's intentions, it was just his human weakness coming out.