5 Reasons Introverts Make Better Leaders

5 Reasons Introverts Make Better Leaders  - https://www.openforum.com Avatar Posted by bmartinuzzi under Human Resources
From https://www.openforum.com 2740 days ago
Made Hot by: thelastword on November 10, 2013 11:39 pm
It's no coincidence that some of our greatest leaders have been introverts, from Bill Gates to Abraham Lincoln and Albert Einstein. Here's a peek at the introvert's guide to success.





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Written by cecilwampler
2725 days ago

Excellent points. It's a shame that many of these quiet professionals are often overshadowed by their louder counterparts and overlooked by their superiors. As business leaders, it is important to recognize the contributions of the more introverted people in the organization. They may be incubating some great ideas that aren't being heard.



Written by QueenMaa
2735 days ago

Excellent blog post! I agree. Introverts make better listeners. When you actually listen to what someone is saying you can help them. Many extroverts miss this key factor.



Written by AngelBiz
2735 days ago

Excellent points. The primary reason introverts make better leaders is because they listen more and talk less and are able to synthesize and analyze the information they gather from listening and make better decisions.



Written by bloggerpalooza
2736 days ago

I agree.

Introverts really are something. They dont mingle with people that's why they are not influenced by them. They can think on their own space making them think clearly than listening to opinions that are mostly biased by our own intentions.



Written by clickfire
2736 days ago

More power to the introverts!



Written by lyceum
2736 days ago

I did come out as an introvert personality when I did the M-B's test a long time ago. I would call myself a social lone-wolf! ;)



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