Jennifer Kahnweiler and the Second Edition of The Introverted Leader
March 30th, 2018
Our conception of leadership has become more inclusive in recent years, and one key area of inclusion is the idea that introverts can be terrific leaders. The stereotypical image has been the larger-than-life extrovert leader, but fortunately this type of thinking is evolving.
One of the major conversation-changers was the first edition of Jennifer Kahnweiler’s The Introverted Leader, published in 2009. Now, her new second edition adds a considerable amount of fresh, updated material and it reflects the fact that we not only understand more about how and why introverts have solid leadership qualities, but also that introversion has become a hot topic inside and outside the workplace.
Introverts and extroverts both stand to gain from absorbing the wisdom in the new edition of The Introverted Leader. As Jennifer points out at the conclusion of Chapter 1, “You have choices as to how you respond to your reality.”
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