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Meetings are a key part of life in most businesses, whether there are 1 million, or only 1 person in the business. Introverts can play a major role in making business meetings work; although what normally seems to happen is meetings are poorly run and seem to give extroverts a chance to wave their egos around. This category is about how introversion can help improve the effectiveness of meetings.
What’s the problem with meetings?

What’s the problem with meetings?

Ask a businessperson to come to a meeting and the likely response is, at the very least, a sinking feeling in the stomach. What’s your immediate reaction? What would make you feel worse, and what would make it feel less like you’re about to waste a few hours...
Processing internally or externally?

Processing internally or externally?

One of the interesting phrases I’ve heard when researching introversion is about processing internally. What does internal processing mean and how does it vary from external processing, and (of course) what’s this got to do with being introverted (or extroverted)?...
How to engage an introverted person in conversation

How to engage an introverted person in conversation

If you’ve ever wanted to encourage introverts to join into conversations you may have found it hard. Perhaps you want the introvert in your team, to speak up more; perhaps you’re in a meeting and know the introvert has something great to say – but...

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