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Three Reasons Closeted Introverted Leaders Can Stop Pretending To Be Extroverted

Most leaders and organizations assume being extroverted is preferable to being introverted. Misconceptions about what makes effective leadership have had unwanted consequences. Introverted leaders feeling compelled to act more extroverted than they really are can breath easy. Here are three reasons why you're better off just being yourself.
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