The 1 Thing All Leaders Should Do to Support Introverts at Work, According to 'Quiet' Author Susan Cain
You don't have to redesign the office to start making your company much more introvert-friendly. It might be hard to remember now, but back a few years ago, talking about introverts really wasn’t a thing.
An introvert often feels comfortable thoroughly thinking about an answer before contributing to an office discussion. Often times, this attribute clashes with the natural tendency of an extrovert. If leader
Leanne Lauricella gave up a cushy life in New York City and a six-figure salary to follow her passion for rehabilitating goats in need — and accidentally found Instagram fame along the way. The corporate
Indecision, procrastination and envy are all defense mechanisms that aren’t actually keeping you “safe.” Many of our worst qualities do not actually come from being morally corrupt or misguided. They more