The perceived problems of being an introvert can be managed, so that introverts in business can perform better and be happier. These pages explore this.

Here are number of relevant articles, which I hope you find interesting.

When is a safe space not so safe?

When is a safe space not so safe?

The introvert hangover is a real thing that many introverts associate with. It's a feeling of intense exhaustion when working with (too many) people for (too) long. Typically it happens at conferences etc. Active recovery for introverts talks about how introverts can...

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Positive Piers, or dangerously reflective?

Positive Piers, or dangerously reflective?

Some people spend a lot of time reflecting on performance, considering how things went and “beating themselves up”. Others seem to focus on moving forward. Like many things in life, both are wrong, in excess. Which is your normal trait and that of your team members?...

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Alonely – The opposite of feeling lonely

Alonely – The opposite of feeling lonely

The problems of feeling lonely have often been discussed, maybe you've felt them at times. It can be as simple as you’re spending too much time on your own and you want to spend more time with others. Yes, introverts can feel lonely (that’s been seen during lockdown)...

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Can Introverts make good leaders?

Can Introverts make good leaders?

A common introvert myth is that introverts don’t make good leaders. Not only is it wrong, but many introverts make brilliant leaders. This article shares four points about introvert leaders you could learn from (whether introvert or extrovert) to become a better...

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