Work Advice

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By David Epstein

Have You Ever Felt That You’re in the Wrong Place in Your Career, in Your Life?

Todd Rose, director of Harvard’s Mind, Brain, and Education program, and computational neuroscientist Ogi Ogas cast a broad net when they set out to study…

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By Ashley Goodall

This is How Often Team Leaders Should Meet With Team Members

If you study the best team leaders, you’ll discover that many of them share a sense-making ritual.  It’s called a check-in, and in simple terms…

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By Quiet Revolution

“No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work”: A Q&A with Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy

We so love your upcoming book, No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work! Can you tell us more about it? No…

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By Karl Moore

How to Stand Out at Your First Job, the Introvert Way

The value of the more soft-spoken members of the C-suite is becoming widely recognized and – based on the results these leaders have quietly achieved…

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By Karen Wickre

Making Connections That Count

Usually the word “networking” is found nowhere near the word “introvert,” perhaps other than to say “these two don’t mix well.” But as someone who,…

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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…

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

When Work Is Like a Battlefield

5 ways to assert your introvert boundary.

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By Quiet Revolution

Great at Work

Quiet Revolution is excited to spread the word about Morten Hansen’s new book, Great at Work. The author wrote the following blog post for the Quiet Revolution…

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By Quiet Revolution's Field Notes

The One Gesture That Can Make the Difference

How to effect great change from the bottom up—quietly.

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By Quiet Revolution

Thoughts from an Introverted Author: Q&A with Bethany Ball

Quiet Revolution is excited to help spread the word about Bethany Ball’s new book: What to Do About the Solomons. Susan Cain, Quiet Revolution’s co-founder, conducted an…

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By Quiet Revolution

team collaborating on a project

4 Ways to Collaborate More Effectively Than a Traditional Meeting

Pain-free, effective collaboration for introverts? It does exist!

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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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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

Employer praising employee

To Each Their Own: Giving Feedback to Introverts and Extroverts

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

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