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Introverts think they won't like being leaders but they are capable

Introverts think they won't like being leaders but they are capable

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Introverts as Leaders

Introverts as Leaders

Introverts, people who are relatively submissive, peaceful and reserved, have a belief that they might not be good or enjoy being in top management roles.

Not being an outgoing or social person can be seen by them and others as a behavioral trait which makes them unsuitable for leadership roles.


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Introverts Explained

  • Introverts are not performing as brilliantly in hardcore sales jobs, as the extroverts.
  • Introverts are less likely to be recognized and promoted to leadership positions through the usual channels in the corporate world. 
  • They are more likely to be reliable and humble, and more careful with their health and safety.


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What Introverts Think

Introverts are repulsive of certain emotions like fear, worry, and distress, and the fear of experiencing negative emotions steers them away from leadership positions.

Extroverts, on the other hand, take it up as a challenge and find it exciting.


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Introverts Score Better As Leaders

New studies point out that Introverts outperform extroverts in several leadership positions:

  • Proactive team members find an introvert leader to be more productive in managing them.
  • Introverts tend to promote and nurture good performance in others while concentrating on the growth and well-being of their teams.


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