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Remote Work: Extrovert Bias

Many extroverts had a gala time in physical meetings, as their social interactions and energy kept them at the centre of attention. The quiet introverts, who might be great at implementing the ideas bounced on the table, were sidelined.

Remote work and the focus on the written word is the introvert's revenge, as now the scales are balanced towards merit and real results.

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Writing is increasingly important now as remote work has gone mainstream.

Five people in a room sitting for a one-hour meeting are spending a total of five hours of productive time. Real-time communication, physical or virtual meetings can be avoided most of the time.

  1. Get to the point quickly.
  2. Write as if explaining to a newbie or someone who doesn’t know what you do.
  3. If you are using acronyms, spell them out.
  4. Focus on the key idea at all times, from start to finish. Also add a summary and next action point to move forward.

People can take time to examine the problem or issue, and provide their input, something which isn’t possible in meetings.

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