Psychology | Personality

A neuroscientist says these 4 'highly coveted' skills make introverts more successful than others

Neuroscientist Friederike Fabritius has worked with companies like Google and Deloitte on how to retain top talent. While many leaders prefer to hire extroverts, she says introverts are often more successful at work.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

I Supervise An Employee So Different From Me I Can't Get A Read On Him - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: I inherited three new direct reports when our management team downsized. One of them worries me. I don’t understand …

Advice & Self-Help | Lifestyle

10 Signs You Are Probably An Ambivert

by Anisha Tyagi, LifeHack Nowadays, if you identify as an introvert or an extravert, the internet is a wonderful resource for you to affirm your sense of self, find a community of similar individua...