4 Surprising Ways Introverts Can Add Amazing Value to Your Organization

What I’ve learned from my 35 years in business

Being an Introvert (I) in a world full of Extroverts (E) can be very intimidating, especially when being an A-type personality is the number one rule of thriving in the corporate world. Survival in the workplace can be hard when large gatherings of people make you…

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CEO of Magna Leadership Solutions, Certified Positive Intelligence Coach, Management Expert, Professor, Speaker, and Author. Contact: Kevin@Magnaleadership.com

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CEO of Magna Leadership Solutions, Certified Positive Intelligence Coach, Management Expert, Professor, Speaker, and Author. Contact: Kevin@Magnaleadership.com

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