Category: introverts

Introvert leaders, play to your strengths to be more effective and influential

My latest column for The Globe and Mail went online last week, titled Leadership beyond words: Four strengths introverts have that are key to success.  In it, I focus on introvert leaders, and what the strengths they bring to the

Read More

Introverts are ready to get back to in-person too!

If you had staff who were working virtually during the coronavirus pandemic, then you no doubt have heard the case for why so many of them want to continue to work from home, even if it’s just periodically.  The common

Read More

Maximize introvert power by tapping into their strengths

Extroversion versus introversion.  Despite numerous studies and anecdotal situations that show otherwise, people still continue to assume that somehow extroverts are more successful in the workplace than introverts.  As I have blogged about in the past, that is simply not

Read More

Is business networking difficult for you?

The benefits of business networking are invaluable. When you meet new people, you learn interesting ideas, build relationships outside your immediate circle, and create an environment that cultivates new opportunities. But, many people, particularly those who consider themselves introverts, find

Read More

Success strategies for introvert leaders – early bird deadline on September 30

Our next online event – Success Strategies for the Introverted Leader: “Quiet” CAN win the day! – is coming up quickly. In fact, the early bird deadline to register is almost here – only two more days to take advantage

Read More

Do extroverts always make better leaders than introverts?

For the last few weeks, I have been diligently researching material for a new online program I am doing next month titled Success Strategies for the Introverted Leader: “Quiet” CAN win the day! and I came across this very interesting

Read More