Leadership tips for introverts

Introverts have a certain skill set that can help make them effective leaders. Here’s how to play to those strengths in the workplace 
by Bethan Rees 

introvert
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, an introvert is “someone who is shy, quiet, and prefers to spend time alone rather than often being with other people”. In the business world, some might think that an extrovert (defined in the Cambridge Dictionary as an energetic happy person who enjoys being with other people) has more of the qualities associated with leadership, but introverts have leadership strengths too. They’re just different.
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Published: 22 Feb 2019
Categories:
  • Career Development
  • The Review
Tags:
  • leadership
  • introverts
  • Career advice

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