You don’t have to be outgoing to excel in group meetings. This handy guide from Onward can help you use your introverted nature to your advantage.
As you’ll see, it’s all about capitalizing on your skills and qualities as an introvert and adapting them to the group environment.
At certain key moments in your career, you need to display confidence in yourself and your abilities. Introverts might find that difficult. That’s why we’ve offered our advice to help introverts show confidence in in everything from networking to job interviews. But what happens when all of that is behind you. You landed the job! Now it’s time to face one of the most stressful situations of all… the first day.
You’ve never taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, so you’re not sure if you’re included in approximately 50% of the U.S. population that is introverted (estimates range from 35%-51%).
But as a college student, perhaps it seems like you’re living your life looking from the outside in…