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How Your Personality Type May Be Stressing You Out at Work

A new study by Deloitte researchers divides workers into four personality types to analyze how common workplace stressors affect different people.

Lydia Belanger

6 Personal Branding Tips for Introverts

In the workplace, part of having a successful career often comes down to personal branding.

An Introvert's Guide to Communicating With Results

The conventional wisdom that you need to be an extrovert to succeed is contradicted by recent research.

Caren Merrick

Introverts: 4 Ways to Be Yourself and Be a Charismatic Leader

Don't count out introverts. Many are incredibly effective managers for powerful reasons.

Nina Zipkin

Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.

Consider introverts' ability to focus, think critically and listen.

Model Yourself After Prince -- Introverted, Talented, Hard-Working and Giving -- for the Best in Business and Life

One of our greatest modern artists might be gone, but he left many examples of how to conduct yourself if you want to be truly successful.

Shy Entrepreneurs Can Use the Power of Silence and More to Master Negotiating

Learn how to leverage your strengths if you fall toward the introverted side among the deal-makers.

Larry Alton

Do You Turn Into a Hot Mess Even Thinking About Networking?

Here are five tips for dealing with this requisite chore, even if you're an introvert.

6 Ways Introverts Can Avoid Feeling Shy at Conferences

Have your opening line ready and find something useful to do. You're good to go.

6 Truths on Why Introverts Make Great Leaders

Can't name any introverted entrepreneurs? How about Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Charles Schwab?

Jeff Boss

What Your Personality Type Says About Your Career Destiny (Infographic)

Extroverts tend to make more money than introverts, while imaginative intuitive thinkers are more likely to be entrepreneurs than their realistic sensor counterparts, a study shows.

Kate Taylor

7 Ways Introverts Can Become Master Minglers

Shy people enjoy the networking advantage of being the good listeners everyone enjoys meeting.