Erin Merrihew: Introverted Leadership and The Power Of Your Emotional Experiences

The corporate world is obsessed with extroversion. Yet, if you look out clearly, you’ll discover that many successful businesses are led by introverted leaders — people who are deemed shy, reclusive, and prefer just to be alone. While there’s some truth in the last characteristic, it only validates the diversity of leaders (humans) we have today. It’s…

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