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How Introverts Function in the Workplace

How Introverts Function in the Workplace

Introversion is often stereotyped in its most extreme form, which involves severe social anxiety and isolation from others.

But introversion is a spectrum not as obvious, and you probably know more introverts than you think — maybe you’re one yourself! People who are naturally introverted have the ability to be just as productive as extraverts, but too often find themselves in work environments which inhibit rather than support them. This infographic explains how introverts tick and what they need to have a supportive and healthy work environment. And for the introverts themselves, it offers some tips and encouragement on how to navigate the job world, from nerve-wracking interviews to your workspace. Introvert power!

    Featured photo credit: Introverts At Work/bestmastersprograms.org via ideopsychology.com

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    Published on September 8, 2019

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