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It’s time to start valuing the introverts in your team.

Workplaces, the way we meet, the way we teach, and the way we interact in a team are designed for extroverts. Open plan, group brainstorming, team projects and high-profile “celebrity” leaders are all part of the rise of the “extrovert ideal”, which is growing in contemporary society.

This tendency is permeating our culture to the detriment of introverts and impedes their significant contribution to our teams, workplaces and lives.

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