By Maura C. Ciccarelli | January 24, 2020
When seeking more diversity of thought among organizational leaders and employees, it might be a good idea to look inward.
That’s because, while 56.8% of global and U.S. workers consider themselves introverts, only 39% of senior leaders in the U.S. do, according to data collected by the Myers-Briggs Co.
John Hackston, head of thought leadership at Myers-Briggs in London, says that organizations could benefit from promoting more introverts, whose talents and ideas often get ignored.
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