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Building a Network as an Introvert

Connecting people should be as much about helping others as helping yourself.

Even Introverts Can Excel at Networking by Following These Steps

The three C's of networking -- Conversation, Connection and Collaboration -- create a context that helps even those most reticent about networking.

How, Even As an Introvert, I Still Learned to Close Sales

A follow-up email and a smile on your face -- even one that your prospect can't see -- can help nail that sale.

Sujan Patel

5 Networking Tips for Introverts Moving to a New Industry

Networking doesn't have to be scary. Here are some tips to make it smooth sailing.

Ellevate

In Leadership, Introversion Is Underrated -- and Warren Buffett and Bill Gates Share How They Use It to Their Advantage.

Some of the world's most powerful leaders in business have thrived despite their not being born outgoing, chatty or comfortable in large groups.

Nina Zipkin

This Introverted Entrepreneur With an Oprah-Approved Brand Shares How to Rise Above Fear to Embrace Every Opportunity

Carol's Daughter founder Lisa Price says getting out of your comfort zone is what makes you a strong leader.

Nina Zipkin

3 Ways to Make Memorable Small Talk That Gets People Interested In Working With You

The easiest way to be intriguing is listen closely after you've asked someone to tell you about themself.

Tor Constantino

How to Keep Introverted Employees From Quietly Leaving Your Company -- in Droves

A Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test could determine the mix of introverts and extroverts at your company -- helping you to help everyone thrive.

Turns Out, Those Who Like Being Alone Can Be More Creative

Why taking time for solitude benefits you and your brain.

Emily Conklin

Introversion Is Not A Weakness, So Why Are You Treating It Like One?

Have you ever considered that seating arrangements are key to helping your introverted employees feel comfortable?

Do Extroverts Have an Advantage in Entrepreneurship?

No worries: With practice, you can train yourself to master habits and approaches that help those on "the other side" run their businesses.

Jayson DeMers