Most introverts I’ve surveyed tell me they are not fully productive, because of the way they’re led/ managed and the culture in the company they work for. So, statistically speaking, a third of your workforce are not fully productive due to an ignorance of introversion. I’m sure you’d like to fix that.
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In this episode Colin Newlyn and I discuss the office and work. There's also a 5 points to consider to get the most out of the introverts in your team.
This episode explores introversion in a discussion about Mr Miyagi and Friends, in a discussion with Simon Badman. Also tips on arranging return to the office.
You’re probably bombarded with articles telling you to work from home, office and/ or flexibly. Here are a couple of twists. Firstly it considers the third of your workforce most people don’t talk about (your introverts). Secondly it’s based on details in a survey1...
What's the best way to communicate with introverts and market to them? This episode of Activate Your Introvert has an interview with marketer Alex Reid.
David O'Beirne and I talk about overly loud marketing agencies as the UK starts to hug each other again!
Is your perception of introversion based on many of the introvert myths? Your perception is also likely to be based on things which happened to you, or you perceived. Interestingly our perceptions are not always the same as reality, but can affect reality. If our...
This episode explores Mental health at work issues in a discussion with Kathy Chillistone, as well as considering stinging nettles on my legs!
Feedback is NOT good for your staff and what you should do about it instead. A discussion with Carol Sanford
If you’re arranging an event, be it a networking meeting, conference or some form of social/ work gathering you may like to consider the introvert perspective on it. Reducing potential stress on your quieter delegates will allow them to mix more readily, leading to...
We have all been to meetings that are toe curlingly dreadful. The kind of meeting where minutes are taken and hours are wasted, while you wonder what you could be doing instead. A big problem in many meetings is getting everybody to engage, especially the...