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Entrepreneur: How to Find an Introvert-Friendly Work Culture

Entrepreneur: How to Find an Introvert-Friendly Work Culture.
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/332185

2. Search for a forward-thinking leader.

Does the organization you’re interested in have a leader who plans for the days and weeks ahead, or one who flies by the seat of his or her pants? When it comes to working with higher-ups, introverts respond better to planners, Huhman said. “Introverts like to be able to ‘see’ what they’re going to be working on the next day, the next week, and so on,” Huhman explained. So, try to “find a boss who can help you visualize your tasks so you can determine how you will tackle each one.” What’s more, introverts should look for a “boss who plays to people’s strengths,” she said. “Introversion, despite popular belief, is not a weakness.” Even so, it may be a struggle, and “a great boss will help individuals succeed in a way that’s natural for them,” Huhman said.

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/332185