Introverted people make up one half of the population and we are happy to thrive – especially in the workplace! However, it is not uncommon for introverted people to feel out of place in the office, where outgoing personalities who are willing to trumpet their own horns seem to be the only success.
Thea Orozco overturns this myth, showing what the workplace really means for introverted people based on their innate skills and natural introverted strengths. From overcoming telephone phobia to developing an authentic leadership style, Introvert’s Guide to the Workplace leads introverted people to succeed at work without having to shout – whether boss, employee, or career person. Learn helpful tips and practical advice and get over office challenges and let your introversion take the lead:
Fighting the anxiety of the interview
Have a meaningful connection to network events
Listen and notice in meetings or on stage
Overcome the imposing syndrome
Be an effective leader with your introverted strengths
Including various expert interviews, Introvert’s Guide to the Work is an introverted handbook and guide for all employees that they can refer to throughout their careers for guidance on tricky or draining situations and to motivate them to harness the power of internal introverted individuals to succeed.