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Emotional Intelligence for IT Professionals by Emília M. Ludovino

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Guidelines to better managing introverts

Sadly, work environments do not always support the introvert's style and this can impact on their productivity and effectiveness. When this occurs, it can produce a range of emotional responses, which is why developing more emotional intelligence at work can help introverts. There are so many situations such as noise, the talking, the constant interruptions, and so on that make it difficult for introverts to concentrate and think things through.

Yet introverts are people who are skilled at thinking things through and working steadfastly on tasks and through problems.

  • Time to think: If one of your colleagues or manager needs an important decision from you, ask them for time to think, for example, you ...

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