The corporate industry is defined by its powerful, charismatic leaders who articulate their company's innovative measures through bold and confident public announcements. If corporate culture can be likened to the backbone of a business, then the leaders are like the vocal box. They take the reins during meetings, deliver presentations and speak at a variety of different conventions and gatherings. These individuals become the face of their industry, and would surely be described as extroverts by most.
Ideascale2019-04-29T12:38:59-07:00November 5th, 2015|Categories: Innovation Psychology, Leadership, Organization & Culture|Tags: Communication, company culture, Employee Engagement, HR, innovation psychology, introvert, motivation, observation, personality types, soft skills, stress, talent management|