By ERNIE SMITH | July 27, 2021
After more than a year of virtual meetings, it’s going to be a little tough for people to readjust to in-person events—even those who identify as extroverts. Read on for some planning tips that can make the transition easier.
The in-person meeting has traditionally been seen as the realm of the extrovert. Between the happy hours, the hobnobbing on the expo hall floor, and the spontaneous gatherings, it seems designed to let extroverts thrive.
But after a year of lockdown in which Zoom happy hours were often pushed aside, expo halls were replaced with web-based equivalents, and on-the-fly connections were more likely to take place on social media than a private chat, the equation has changed sharply in favor of the introvert.