How many times have you sat in a meeting and one of your team members has been silent? Perhaps you've even wanted to say "You never have anything to say". That isn't the best response in the world, but it's better than telling them they're disinterested, shy or don't...
Many meetings exclude and demotivate introverts, so they are not effective. This page has ideas to help make your meetings more effective..
What is reframing and why is it useful? This episode of Activate Your Introvert features a discussion with Derek Arden. Who might find reframing useful?
This episode of Activate Your Introvert discusses job interview, performance appraisals and meetings asking what should an introvert do?
What do you think when you groups of people saying less than pleasant things about somebody else in the group, defending it as “banter”?
Horse “manure”, the transport system and decrapifying work. This episode has a discussion with Colin Newlyn. PLUS – are you authentic?
Do introverts dislike tough questions, are they reluctant to deal with tough questions and do they make lower quality employees as a result? These odd questions get asked in various guises by team leaders and even in the press (do you remember the articles about...
This episode features an interview with Hilary Salisbury., discussing introversion, performance and how leaders can improve what they get from their teams.
In this episode Colin Newlyn and I discuss the office and work. There’s also a 5 points to consider to get the most out of the introverts in your team.
This episode explores introversion in a discussion about Mr Miyagi and Friends, in a discussion with Simon Badman. Also tips on arranging return to the office.
You’re probably bombarded with articles telling you to work from home, office and/ or flexibly. Here are a couple of twists. Firstly it considers the third of your workforce most people don’t talk about (your introverts). Secondly it’s based on details in a survey1 of...