2018 Yale study confirms that introverts may have the upper hand when it comes to leadership. That’s because their understanding nature allows them to connect with people on a deeper level.
Extroverts may have more charisma, but introverts prefer to observe people from afar. This trait serves as an advantage, the study found.The shy, reserved introvert tends to have a better understanding of the human condition.
This statement seems counterintuitive, as you’d think people who spend more time socializing were the experts. However, because introverts love to “study” people, they’re actually in a better position to understand them.Extroverts excel in drawing people in with their personalities and easily command attention.Read more on powerofpositivity.com