Though roughly half the population is made up of introverts, they are often passed over for promotions and discounted as potential leaders. Our extroverted culture too often overlooks the extraordinary contributions introverts quietly make. In this episode of extrovert Scott Miller’s On Leadership podcast, introvert Susan Cain discusses her best-selling book, Quiet, and how organizations can better harness the gifts of introverts.
About the Podcast
Scott Miller is the author of four books including the best-seller Everyone Deserves A Great Manager; he’s the popular podcast host of On Leadership with Scott Miller and C-Suite Conversations with Scott Miller. Susan Cain is the best-selling author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.
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