An Introvert's Guide To Getting Your Voice Heard In A Meeting

May 11, 2018 Christopher Ruel

When you’re an introvert, work meetings can be difficult. You know they're unavoidable, and while you may have something amazing to contribute, you're not thrilled by the idea of speaking up.

The truth is, you don’t need to be an extrovert to excel in group meetings. This handy guide will help you harness your introverted nature to your advantage.

As an introvert, you have a great set of skills. Begin capitalizing on them to form a new approach to meetings, and you’ll feel less intimidated and more creative and productive.

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Courtesy of: On Stride Financial

Call to action: What are your best meeting strategies? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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