Why You Should Promote High-Performing Introverts

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One of the disadvantages of being an introvert is they often are overlooked in the workplace. For high-performing introverts in the workplace, this can be particularly discouraging. Often, in situations where an equally qualified introvert employee and extrovert employee are vying for an opportunity, the extrovert may have an edge to a manager. Because the extrovert frequently is more vocally persuasive, it is easier for the decision-maker to confidently select them for the role at hand.

However, managers and leaders scanning their talent base for right-fit promotion opportunities may want to dig a little deeper, ask more questions and overall

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