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Extrovert Leadership and Introvert Leadership
Extrovert leadership and introvert leadership

Extroversion and introversion are commonly supposed to be important characteristics when it comes to social behaviour generally, and leadership in particular. The distinction has been very influential in leadership development and assessment because it is one of four fundamental characteristics measured by the hugely popular Myers Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI). What are the different characteristics and how can they impact on the way a leader operates?

Being described as an extrovert means that a leader probably relates more easily to the outer world of people and things than to the inner world ...

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