"They are icons. They are leaders. And they are introverts."
Mines the shift in the late 1800's from a "culture of character" that valued independence and quiet to a "culture of personality," that valued charisma and social leadership.
Notes that while the social makes us ambitious and productive, this comes at the expense of quiet and solitude. This quiet solitude provides talented introverts the opportunity to succeed, and managers should facilitate while preserving a solid social structure. The only advantages an introvert needs are time and space, and the positive results are extraordinary.
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Source is Forbes.
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