The skills of facilitators are to include all relevant people in the conversation, help the group to learn from a discussion and to make the best decisions. Introverts can make very good facilitators, and in doing so get over some of the perceived weaknesses of being an introvert.

Here are a number of articles (written or recorded) on the subject of Managing Introverts | Personal Growth, I hope you find them useful.
Introverts humour and feedback

Introverts humour and feedback

What makes something funny, how could you use humour at work – whether extrovert OR introvert? This episode features a discussion with Jeremy Nicholas.

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How do you improve meetings?

How do you improve meetings?

There can't be many people around who love the idea of going to a meeting, how about you? A common issue is getting the introverts in your team to speak up. So, how do you improve meetings - get more people to speak up in the first 5 minutes, develop the team spirit...

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How to design an event for introverts

How to design an event for introverts

If you’re arranging an event, be it a networking meeting, conference or some form of social/ work gathering you may like to consider the introvert perspective on it. Reducing potential stress on your quieter delegates will allow them to mix more readily, leading to a...

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How do you improve meetings?

The gift of time can improve meetings

We have all been to meetings that are toe curlingly dreadful. The kind of meeting where minutes are taken and hours are wasted, while you wonder what you could be doing instead. A big problem in many meetings is getting everybody to engage, especially the introverts...

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Understanding zoom fatigue improves remote meetings

Understanding zoom fatigue improves remote meetings

Have you heard people say that introverts must love working from home and remote meetings? Well it’s not true. Introverts suffer zoom fatigue (like everybody else), introverts can feel lonely and want social contact (like everybody else) and many remote meetings are...

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No meeting purpose and how that wastes everybody’s time

No meeting purpose and how that wastes everybody’s time

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? One of the most common issues is that there's no clear meeting purpose, how do  those meetings leave you feeling?...

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Making zoom team meetings more personal and fun

Making zoom team meetings more personal and fun

Let's be honest remote team meetings can sometimes feel like hard work. How can you make zoom meetings more personal and fun, while not making some of your team members feel awkward? Teams that sometimes share personal information perform better than teams that don't....

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