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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.

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)?...

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