Team, teamwork and teams are an increasingly important part of business, and one that introverts can add huge value to. However teams are often structured and managed in a way that doesn’t help introverts. These pages explore these issues

Here are a number of articles (written or recorded) on the subject of Managing Introverts, I hope you find them useful.
You never have anything to say

You never have anything to say

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...

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Is it work, or a cheese and wine event?

Introversion and Leadership

Can introverts be leaders? This episode of Activate Your Introvert features an interview with psychologist and leadership expert Dr Clif P Lewis.

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Are introverts reluctant to answer tough questions?

Are introverts reluctant to answer tough questions?

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...

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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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