Work

By Susan Cain

How Leaders Can Create Deeper Relationships with Introverted Teammates

Since launching the Quiet Revolution, I can’t tell you how many times people (introverts, extroverts and ambiverts alike) have asked me imploringly for new insights... Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution

Quiet at Thomson Reuters

Hi everyone, This week we’re sharing an interview I conducted with Marci Gohmann, Senior Director of Talent and Development at Thomson Reuters. Marci spearheaded a... Read more >

Life

By James Clear

Atomic Habits

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about James Clear’s new book, Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits &... Read more >

Life

By Adam Grant

When “Mandatory Fun” Isn’t Fun

Each month, I answer a few fascinating questions from readers about work and psychology. 1. Have a question? Submit it to [email protected] If you’re comfortable, include... Read more >

Life

By Merve.Emre

The Personality Brokers

Excerpted with permission from Chapter Fourteen: One in a Million of The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs and Personality Testing. Some people start to... Read more >

Life

By Michele Gelfand

Mirror Check: Are you a “T” or an “L”?

Do you have a tight or a loose mind-set? And how much of the answer has to do with your the culture of your country,... Read more >

Work

By Matthew.Pollard

The Introvert’s Edge – A Guide for Salespeople

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Matthew Pollard’s book release of The Introvert’s Edge.  We introverts live in a world that looks up... Read more >

Life

By Karla Starr

Can You Learn to be Lucky?

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Karla Starr’s new book Can You Learn to Be Lucky? Karla wrote this article specifically for the Quiet... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Susan Cain

How to Help Your Child Speak Up in Class

Dear everyone, I just emailed these tips to a friend of mine who’s trying to help his fourth grade daughter speak up a bit more... Read more >

Work

By Kristen Hadeed

Permission to Screw Up

If you haven’t heard of Kristen Hadeed yet, you’re in for a treat. She’s an unlikely, winsome, fiercely warm-hearted business owner who’s not afraid to... Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution

Overthrowing the Tyranny of the Ideal

Ditch the critic; embrace the strong man who forges forward. Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Adriana Brad Schanen

boy and girl cartoon | Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies

Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies

Quiet Revolution is excited to share an excerpt from Adriana Brad Schanen’s new children’s novel, Quinny & Hopper: Smart Cookies–the third book in her Quinny & Hopper realistic... Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

Being an Introvert Turned Out to Be My Asset

Embracing apparent contradictions—introvert in communications?—results in a perfect job. Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Heidi Kasevich, PhD

Setting Yourself Free with the Power of Quiet

Cantadora “A Cantadora is a female leader who keeps the stories of her community and shares them with others when she believes that they need... Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

Change Your Habits, Change Your Life

Change can be small or big; it's up to you. Read more >

Life

By Pete Mosley

Don’t Sell! Instead, Make Friends: How to Connect Authentically

“Build yourself a fortress of goodwill. Fill it with people who love what you do. Create a virtuous circle of loyalty and trust.” You know... Read more >

Work

By Quiet Revolution

When Sharing Hurts

Organizational behavior researcher Kerry Gibson sat down to answer a few questions about her study, When sharing hurts: How and why self-disclosing weakness undermines the task-oriented... Read more >

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By Quiet Revolution

The Excellence Dividend

Excerpted with permission from Chapter 13 of  The Excellence Dividend by Tom Peters. THE EIGHTEEN-SECONDS SYNDROME Jerome Groopman, a physician and Harvard med school professor, wrote How... Read more >

Life

By Quiet Revolution

New Power

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans’ new book New Power: How Power Works in Our Hyperconnected World – And... Read more >

Kids and Parenting

By Emma Yang

The Fall of the Cat

Kittenish: playful and lively. A kitten isn’t a kitten if it doesn’t chase after anything in sight that wriggles, hops, or glitters. A kitten isn’t... Read more >