Tag: introverted leaders

Lincoln The Introverted Leader

Bear in mind that deep knowledge and communication skill need not be mutually exclusive. You really don’t have to choose one or the other. Put another way, it’s important to be able to tell what you know, but it is equally important to know what you tell.

Introverted Leaders Are Great for Extroverts

Another answer from our quiz last month. #2 Introverted leaders achieve high performance levels with extroverted employees. The Answer?  True A study published in the Academy of Management and summarized…

Should introverted MBAs take online or live classes?

Am emphasis on depth vs. breadth is also a strong suit and online classes allow them to think about the material before responding. When I teach introverted business people on this platform, they openly express their thoughts and questions and respond very favorably to the process.

Are You Using Your Full Voice? Support The Meaning and Message You Want To Convey

I’ve worked with many introverted leaders over the years. I always tell them that outward expression will always be a “second language” to them. Even so, it is possible to become quite conversant in that language with practice. We use characters – such as Luciano Pavarotti or Martin Luther King, Jr. – to help introverts open up more power in their voices. Once they get used to the feeling of being louder and more present, we work to integrate those sounds into their everyday communication.

Do Introverts or Extroverts Curse More?

In some professions cursing is accepted and can even help you fit in to an environment, perhaps in high-pressure jobs where everyone needs to let off some steam. Constantly using foul language, however, can make it difficult to fit into a professional environment, says Jennifer Kahnweiler, author of “The Introverted Leader: Building on Your Quiet Strength.”

Some lessons from traveling abroad

I had another stimulating dialogue with innovator and author Laura Goodrich on Future Work Radio Our conversation addressed how we can make meaningful connections in the global workplace.