Believe it or not, introversion is a very common personality trait.
However, when it comes to career advice, many solutions to common career inquiries have an underlying assumption that the reader is or can be extroverted.
New hires are encouraged to attend group work sessions, participate actively in meetings, as well as socialize frequently with co-workers. While it can improve interpersonal relations within the workplace, it may not be well liked by a group that makes up 30 to 50 percent of the population: introverts. Although introverts may be some of the most charismatic people in the world, they often feel most energized and productive while in solitude. In a world full of extroverts, it’s important to find solutions specific to your personality in order to work effectively as well as stay sane. Keep reading for 4 solutions made for you, the introvert in the work place. Continue reading “4 Ways Introverts Can Grow in an Extroverted Workplace”