How much value do introverts bring to your organization? Business leaders leverage Business DNA insights to identify the unique set of strengths and manage all of their team members. This includes how to manage introverts, as well as over 200 different set of unique traits.
An Introvert is often thought of as quiet, reserved, and thoughtful. This doesn’t mean they are shy or timid. Rather, they don’t tend to look for opportunities to attend large social gatherings or put themselves into the spotlight. They mix with small groups of trusted, likeminded people knowing that going to large events where they could find themselves side by side with excitable extroverts will leave them exhausted and drained.
In a busy workplace, or when there is a season of change, Introverts are a calming influence. Their quiet demeaner can ease tension around difficult situations.
And there lies the first and most important of the 7-methods for leadership to understand. Without behavioral insight how would you know the value Introverts bring to the organization?
Method 1 – apply a scientifically validated behavioral insight tool to dig deep and get below the surface into the inherent behaviors of your people. Then use the outcomes to know how best to manage your people and their differences. Sometimes the behavior you see from people isn’t their natural way of being.
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