introverts

Introverted Leadership

There are several differences between extroverted and introverted leadership. Most notably, how they communicate. Extrovert leaders will communicate verbally more often. They hold meetings, talk on the phone, and have “emergency” brainstorming sessions. Introvert leaders communicate non-verbally more often. They will send out mass emails, text people, and only hold meetings when absolutely necessary. They …

Introverts Are Employees Too – Book Leadership for Introverts

One book every manager should read is “Leadership for Introverts.” Introverts make up half the population, so half the staff the manager leads are introverts. The book was written for introvert leaders, but it is helpful even if the manager is not an introvert; it will help him/her learn more about how to work with …

Introverts Are Not Shy

Many people think that introverts are shy, wallflowers that are afraid to be in public. Introverts, however, are not shy at all. Many public speakers are introverts. Barak Obama was an introvert, and he was President. Introverts actually like having conversations. But, as extroverts like to be in crowds and have more surface-level talking, introverts …