https://media.blubrry.com/ronedmondson/ronedmondson.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/How-To-Stretch-Ourselves-As-Leaders.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTweet In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast Ron and Chandler Vannoy share some ways to stretch yourself as a leader. If…
I write a lot about introversion, because I’m an introvert. Introversion is a personality preference, based on the way a person has been programmed by experiences and life. In very simple terms, it means we prefer a world of inner thoughts and reflections over a world of social engagements and interactions with others. It’s not that we don’t like people, it’s that if we had a preference of how to use our time, we would mostly spend it in quieter or more controllable environments. Chances are you have lots of introverts on your team, in your organization, as your customers, or even in your family.
I will often get requests to write about extroversion. (Extroverted people are seldom shy about asking for what they want!) The fact is, however, that I’m not much help on understanding extroversion. Perhaps someone can guest post here sometime.
I do want to accommodate the requests, however, so here is an attempt. Allow me to share 7 ways that extroverts can help introverts:
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Bad leadership is bad leadership. It’s usually easy to recognize.
It’s easier, however, to hide bad leadership in an organization, which isn’t growing. (I wrote recently that it’s easy to keep an organization small. Read that post HERE.)
The larger an organization becomes and the more growth, which occurs, the more bad leadership becomes apparent.
As an organization grows: