Being an introvert doesn’t make you less qualified to be an effective leader—in this article, Fast Company executive board members share 11 reasons why introverts can make effective leaders.
This article by Fast Company identifies the following points:
- Introversion often promotes teamwork and teaches you to think before speaking; while also making you a better listener.
- Introverts can absorb more information and are often better communicators.
- Being an introvert in a leadership position forces you out of your comfort zone by making you take on some of the tasks that are usually left to extroverts.
- As an introvert, you are likely to over-analyse and over-prepare for situations, which can help you come across as thoughtful and well-prepared.
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