7 Benefits of Introverts at Work - Introvert Whisperer

7 Benefits of Introverts at Work

Introverts can be characterized by being quiet (Cain, 2012), timid or even shy. Depending on some personal traits, they can be overlooked sometimes together with their contributions. On the other hand, Extroverts are known to get attention as compared to Introverts who get things or stuff done. Carl Jung, the psychologist brought about the difference…

8 ways introverts can trigger career success, without having to become an extrovert - Introvert Whisperer

8 ways introverts can trigger career success, without having to become an extrovert.

The typical description of someone that is successful is that they are bold, confident and loud. Their voice is heard and they get listened to. It’s something that isn’t often associated with introverts and to be honest, it is actually a misconception that people have. Being successful in your career depends on how you demonstrate…

Demystifying Leadership: the 4 Things That Truly Matter - Introvert Whisperer

Demystifying Leadership: the 4 Things That Truly Matter

You often hear people say that leadership is about dedication, vision, and inspiration. But telling people that great leaders are dedicated or inspired is a bit like saying great athletes are fit. Everyone knows that leaders have to be dedicated and inspired. It’s important to move beyond those worn out cliches if you really want…

EQ And The Future Of Work - Introvert Whisperer

EQ And The Future Of Work

Most US companies now understand that EQ (Emotional Intelligence) is a critical factor for both employee and company success. Data indicates to us that both companies and employees are more successful when employees understand each other and work well together. Managers who motivate are much more successful than the infamous “managers from hell” mentality, that was…

Ladders to Success Don't Stand on Negativity - Introvert Whisperer

Ladders to Success Don’t Stand on Negativity

Our experiences shape our perception of the world and of ourselves. Most often, we are shaped by traumatic events which usually leave a negative connotation of a group, situation, or environment around which many of us then form a lifetime of negativity that becomes ingrained in our psyche.   Resentment, anxiety, fear, and frustration are…


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