Not only for introverts.
Understanding the introverts in your team will help you boost productivity. It can be hard for an extrovert leader to manage introverts effectively, unless you understand introversion. Introvert in Business has support for leaders who want to work more effectively with introverts and for introverts who want to improve their business.
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You lead a large organisation and need to improve productivity, sustainability and profitability.
In many firms there is a 33% productivity gap, due to ignorance of introverts. It’s bad enough that this affects productivity and profitability, but it also affects sustainability of your results. If you’re concerned it could be true in your firm, it’s time to act.
Click to read more about the productivity gap and how to improve your business.
You’re an introvert in business, wanting to improve your business performance and get better at working with your team. Perhaps you’re getting overlooked at work with business and career development going to the “louder” people?
You’ve tried the traditional approaches to business growth, but want to grow in a way that’s true to you.
Click here, change your approach, use your introvert superpowers, learn to win on your terms.
Extrovert managing introverts?
Unless you understand introverts and structure things to to help them flourish, you could be wasting a third of your workforce’s productvity.
Introvert in BusinessExpectations you didn't sign up for
Business growth means being outgoing & chatting?
Selling and networking with a room of strangers?
Always being the life and soul of the (business) party?
Having to to enjoy small talk with your staff?
Always being expected to be ‘inspirational’?
Going to conferences – you’re meant to love being surrounded by happy energetic people, while you learn and network for 3 days?
As an introvert these things can be hard, but help is available.
Introverts can be successful in business.
Sometimes we need to approach things differently,
Sometimes new skills help.
The stress, the noise and the fear don’t have to be there.
Introverts have skills to help them be better and succeed on their own terms.
Understanding introversion will improve your performance.
Good teams are made up of introverts, extroverts and everybody in between. You need to influence, manage and lead them all.