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Interviewing can be a nerve-wracking experience, and if you’re an introvert, there may be an added level of complexity. It can be challenging to figure out how to do and say all the right things in an interview without presenting a forced, extroverted performance. Here are a few tips to help you present yourself in […]
While employers and society as a whole don’t always recognize the strengths of the introverts among us, our more-quiet counterparts often bring more to the table that what may initially meet the eye. Oftentimes more reserved and less likely to get involved in the acrobatics of social climbing, introverts have been proven to be better […]
Rip down those cubicle and office walls, and let the brainstorming begin! For better or worse, open office designs are all the rage. Meant to increase casual collaboration and work efficiency while decreasing overhead, it’s likely your organization or nonprofit may be ready to embrace—or has already embraced—the open office plan. For the extroverted this […]
The concept of leadership can be challenging to those who don’t see themselves among the leaders that are visible in social-change movements. But there are ways introverts can lead.