Work Advice

Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

A Quiet Leader Is Still a Real Leader

When others’ belief in you helps you believe in yourself.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

How Being an Introvert Helped Me in My First Job

Succeed because you are an introvert—not despite it.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution

Brain with heart in it

Get Your Flow On

How to enjoy your work by getting lost in it.

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Work Advice

By Karl Moore

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To Each Their Own: Giving Feedback to Introverts and Extroverts

There’s so much beyond a simple “thank you”.

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Work Advice

By Shavon Evelyn

People waiting to interview

Interviewing and Job-Searching as an Introvert

How to live the “Veni, vidi, vici!” motto while job hunting.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

Only Connect: How an Introvert Is Uniting Quiet Colleagues

Breaking the mold of introversion to quietly build connections.

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Work Advice

By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Thinking mind map | Make Meetings Meaningful

Make Meetings Meaningful

Boring is out; productive is in.

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Work Advice

By Leigh Stringer

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Why a 30-Hour Workweek Is Good for Business

Businesses are missing out on a competitive advantage, one that also has individual benefits.

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Work Advice

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

This Fact Will Make Introverted Leaders Proud

Tap into your quiet well to lead.

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Work Advice

By Heidi Kasevich, PhD

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Gender & Temperament: The One-Two Punch That Can Hold You Back

Are you a woman? Welcome to the tightrope.

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Work Advice

By Anett Grant

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Wired for Leadership Presence: It Starts in Your Head

“Gravitas”: more than a word in a dictionary.

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Work Advice

By Neil Pasricha

The 4 S’s of Meaningful Work

You don’t actually want to retire. Here’s why.

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Work Advice

By Kim Malone Scott

Harsh or Helpful? How to Give Feedback That Sticks

Honest without being hurtful? It does work.

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Work Advice

By Katie McBeth

Young Boy Businessman Wears Sad Face

Dear Job—It’s Not Me, It’s You

When quitting is a no-brainer.

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