By Valerie Bolden-Barrett | January 6, 2020
- Introverts are underrepresented in leadership roles, according to Myers-Briggs Company research released Jan. 2.
- While most people (57%) say they’re introverts, only 39% of top executives and senior leaders in the U.S. identify as such. It’s a myth that to be a good leader, an individual must be an extravert, Meyers-Briggs said; in fact, “[i]t’s important that leaders be able to represent their followers.”
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