Why Being Introverted is Good for Your Business

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“A wise man once said nothing” — unknown

Open-plan offices. Management politics. Staff parties and office chit chat. Team meetings about team meetings.

The nightmares of introverts.

Early on in my career, following a project meeting with a client, I recall my manager taking me aside to tell me I needed to…

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