Originally published November 27, 2023 | By: John Hackston

In this article, our client, John Hackson, Head of Thought Leadership at The Myers Briggs Company explains the dynamics of extroversion and introversion in the context of remote work.

Dispelling Myths: Embracing Remote Work as an Extrovert

Hackson expels assumptions about extroverts and shares that surprisingly, around 78% of extroverts enjoy working from home, yet 69% miss the social aspect of the workplace. He also provides tailored tips for extroverts and suggests strategies like creating stimulating home workspaces and fostering virtual connections to offset the lack of in-person interactions.

Customized Success: Remote Strategies for Every Extrovert

A notable insight is the article’s breakdown of work-from-home advice for different extroverted personality types (ESTP, ESFP, ENFP, ENTP, ESTJ, ESFJ, ENFJ, ENTJ). These tailored suggestions range from seeking diverse tasks to setting boundaries between work and leisure. Hackson emphasizes the need for adaptable approaches, recognizing the diversity within extroversion and highlighting the impact of personalized strategies on remote work satisfaction and productivity.

Explore the full article for tailored insights for each extroverted personality type in the full article in Talent Culture.