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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.
New studies point out that Introverts outperform extroverts in several leadership positions:
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Studies have found that prompting people, including introverts, to act more like an extravert makes them feel happier and truer to themselves.
Another team of researchers urges caution. Promo...
One study on "acting like an extravert" found that introverts did not succeed in increasing their extraverted behavior as much as other participants.
Introverts could benefit from learning to be more extraverted.
The psychological effect of job insecurity can last a lifetime.
Studies have shown a causal relationship between unemployment and mental health. However, the effect of job ...
Personality is not constant but changes over time. For example, self-confidence, warmth, self-control, and emotional stability tend to increase with age.
Earlier studies suggest more autonomy at work can increase a person's ability to cope with new situations, while a demanding and stressful job can make someone more neurotic.
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