While extraverted individuals tend to emerge as leaders, they are also more likely to experience greater network churn. This means that they tend to lead different people over time and leave people in their wake who once perceived them a leader, but now no longer...


Compassion can cure burnout. Research shows that practicing compassion toward self and others improved subjects’ feelings of cynicism and exhaustion.


While research shows extroverts are perceived as better leaders because of their tendency to be talkative and energetic, introverts can be equally effective when they purposefully opt into extroverted behaviors. No need to change your personality to lead!


You can support your own feeling of thriving at work! One way to is to create and maintain high quality relationships. Grab lunch with that work connection today!