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9 Things You Can Do to Get Introverts to Like You More In The Workplace If you are in a leadership position, use these tactics to get the most out of your introverted colleagues.

By John Rampton Originally published

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There are a lot of ways to make friends and influence people while at work. And when it comes to the more introverted side of the office, there are a handful of small things you can do to show you care and are trying to make others comfortable. It's been debunked over and over that introverts hate socializing or they are super shy. Instead, a lot of situations — especially in the workplace — cater towards extraverted people.

I've worked with a lot of different people on both sides. Here are my nine best ways to help create an environment where introverts feel safe and can thrive.

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