Here’s Why Introverts Are Mission-Critical on Any Team

Our corporate economy glorifies and praises the charisma of extroverted personalities, but the most effective teams are the ones that combine the thoughtfulness and depth of introversion with the social magnetism of extroversion. In this video, Susan Cain explains why introverted people are undervalued in the modern business world, and how these two personality types form the ying and yang of a successful team.Here's Why #Introverts Are Mission-Critical on Any Team #yingyang Click To Tweet

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