The classic image of a CEO is one of a natural-born leader — someone who speaks with authority, gladhands with zeal, and takes to a keynote stage like an actor on Broadway. After all, it certainly doesn't inspire confidence when a CEO shuffles meekly through the building avoiding eye contact. But according to a new study, an extremely extroverted leader can turn people off just as much as an overly introverted one.
Introverts vs. Extroverts
The Ideal Leader
Written by Mae Rice June 7, 2019
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