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Ambiverts as Leaders

 

We’d be far better off with those who take a more calibrated approach — who can talk smoothly but also listen keenly, who know when to turn on the charm but also when to turn it off, who combine the extrovert’s assertiveness with the introvert’s quiet confidence. In other words, when it comes to picking leaders, perhaps we should look for people a bit more like us.

( Source: The Washington Post | Why extroverts fail, introverts flounder and you probably succeed )

 
 

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