The Introverted Leader 2nd EditionSucceeding as a Leader in
Today’s Extroverted Workplace

Building on your Quiet Strength

About The Book

Too many introverts assume—or have been told—that to rise through the ranks they have to change who they are. But you don’t have to pretend to be an extrovert to get to the top. Just look at Mark Zuckerberg, Arianna Huffington, or Warren Buffet—all self-identified introverts who have done quite well for themselves.

In this new, expanded edition of her pioneering introvert book, Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D., CSP, lays out a well-tested, four-step strategy introverts can use to build on their quiet strengths and make it a source of great power. This bestselling book includes fresh information on the unique challenges faced by introverted women, how leaders can shape a more introvert-friendly workplace, customized hiring and coaching strategies for introverts, and the positive correlation between introverted leadership and company performance.

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Praise for “The Introverted Leader 2nd Edition

The definitive guide for introverts to tap into their leadership potential and succeed in an extroverted world.

— Arianna Huffington, Founder and CEO, Thrive Global

Finally, a book that recognizes the immense value that introverts bring to the workplace. You’ll learn how to lead with quiet confidence through powerful personal examples and practical tools.

— Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind

Right now, we’re in the midst of a renaissance of introverts in leadership roles. But too often, introverts still feel unprepared and uncertain about how to lead most effectively. Jennifer Kahnweiler has spent years working with introverted leaders, and this book is full of advice from the trenches.

— Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take, Originals, and Option B with Sheryl Sandberg

I recognized some of my own long-used strategies among the ones highlighted here. Introverted leaders who want to pull from their natural strengths and claim their seat at the table will benefit from this guide for navigating an extroverted world.

— Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., President Emerita, Spelman College, author of Why are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race