The extroverted engineer stares at YOUR shoes when talking to you

Susan Cain, writing in Time, outlines some of the advantages of being an introvert.

Susan Cain: Don't Call Introverted Children 'Shy'
As adults, introverted leaders have even been found to deliver better outcomes than extroverts when managing employees, according to a recent study by management professor Adam Grant of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, because they encourage others’ ideas instead of trying to put their own stamp on things. And they’re less likely to take dangerous risks. Extroverts are more likely than introverts to get into car accidents, participate in extreme sports and to place large financial bets.


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